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UPDATE: Man Hurt In 'Speargun Attack'
2:57pm 28th November 2014
(Updated 2:57pm 28th November 2014)
There have been arrests after reports of a speargun attack in St Austell.
Armed police found a man with a puncture wound to his back on Queen's Road on Thursday evening.
Two 18 year old men have been released on bail after being questioned on suspicion of affray.
A spokesperson for Devon and Cornwall Police said: "Police were called around 6pm, 27th Nov after reports of a disturbance and man seen with a gun in Queens Road, St Austell.
"Officers, including armed response units, went to the scene where a group of men were in an altercation.
"One man suffered a puncture wound to his back.
"A weapon, described as a spear gun, was seized by officers."
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