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St Agnes Drugs Investigation
8:44am 21st May 2013
(Updated 8:44am 21st May 2013)
Devon and Cornwall Police have asked for our help after a man from St Agnes was rushed to hospital.
The 26 year old man is fighting for his life in hospital.
Officers were called to a house on Saturday night and are investigating whether incident is linked to drugs.
A 28 year old man is being questioned and a 33 year old woman has been released on bail.
Devon and Cornwall Police released this statement: "Detectives in St Agnes, Cornwall, have made an appeal to the public to help with an investigation into a drug related incident in the town which has resulted in a 26 year old male receiving emergency medical treatment at hospital.
"Police attended an address in St Agnes at 9.23pm on Saturday 18th May 2013 following a report from the ambulance service which had responded to a 999 call.
"The make remains critically ill in hospital.
"If anyone has information relating to this incident, they are asked to contact the police via the 101 non-emergency telephone line and quote reference 859 180513, or ring Crime Stoppers on 0800 555111 quoting the same reference."
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