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Missing Illogan Man: Police Find a Body

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4:22pm 2nd September 2013

Police searching for a missing Illogan man have found a body.

A man was pulled from the sea on Sunday.

Devon and Cornwall Police said: "On Sunday, September 1, 2013, a body was recovered from the sea at Hell's Mouth, Cornwall, by a local RNLI crew.

The body of a man has not yet been formally identified, but Mr Wilton's family has been informed.

The coroner has also been informed and investigations are continuing."

4:22pm 2nd September 2013

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