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Body Found In Lucie Search

Lucie Bray
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1:38pm 10th January 2014

Police searching for missing St Ives artist Lucie Bray say a body has been found.

The 39 year old has not been seen since she went on a shopping trip to Redruth last Thursday.

Teams have been scouring the coast after her car was found at Godrevy point.

Officers say Lucie's family have been told about the discovery on Constantine beach.

No formal identification has taken place yet.

1:38pm 10th January 2014

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