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8:38am 9th April 2014
(Updated 8:38am 9th April 2014)

A community is in shock as a murder investigation opens in Camborne.

Police investigating the death of a man on Dolcoath Road have arrested four people.

Officers got the call at 7am on 1st April after paramedics had been called to reports of a sudden death.

The dead man has since been named as 63 year-old Terry Oldham from the town.

Neighbours have reportedly described him as "quiet and harmless."

Detective Inspector Nassaris from the Major Crime Investigation team: "Four people have been arrested in suspicion of the murder of Terry Oldham. The suspects are three men and one woman, all from the local area. All remain in police custody. 

"Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting reference 103 of 1st April."

8:38am 9th April 2014

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