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Body Named As Missing Surfer

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6:35pm 23rd January 2012

Police say a body found on Newquay's Tolcarne Beach is that of missing surfer Oliver Doy.

The 26 year-old disappeared after a night out earlier this month.

Officers say there is no word yet on how he died.

His family has been told.

6:35pm 23rd January 2012

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