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Robbers Target Elderly Couples
10:01am 6th March 2012
Police brand two robbers "cowardly" after targeting elderly Cornish people in their own homes.
The men burst into the houses in Camborne and Blackwater on Friday holding down the occupants while they stole cash and jewellery.
Detectives think the attacks are linked to another in Exeter.
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