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Pirate FM Cornwall News Update - 9th February 2015

Published at 9:48am 9th February 2015. (Updated at 10:49am 10th February 2015)

The Cornish schoolgirl who stepped in when charity cash was stolen. Find out more from the #Cornwall Newscentre with Tristan Hunkin.

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