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Schoolboy's Criminal Record Shock

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6:03pm 17th February 2012

One of the youngest people in the country to get a criminal record is a Plymouth schoolboy.

It is after an arson attack at Marjons College last summer.

A court has heard how he was part of a group playing with matchbombs, when two of his mates lit a fire they could not put out.

The boy who was 10 at the time has admitted criminal damage.

6:03pm 17th February 2012

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