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CCTV Released of Robbery Suspect
6:01am 23rd October 2012
There is a fresh appeal for clues over a robbery in Newquay.
Police have released CCTV pictures of a man police want to speak to about an attack in August.
The victim was assaulted and had cash swiped from his wallet on Wednesday 22nd.
Detectives say the suspect is white, 6'5" tall, between 16 and 18 stone and about twenty years old.
He is believed to be linked to the resort and frequent local bars and nightclubs.
A spokesperson for the force urged people to dial 101 rather than approach him themselves.6:01am 23rd October 2012
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