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1:56pm 29th May 2014
(Updated 1:56pm 29th May 2014)

Police reveal a Camborne man suffered serious injuries before he was found dead.

Three men and a woman have been questioned on suspicion of murdering Terry Oldham.

It is after the sixty-three year old's body was found at his home on Dolcoath Road at the beginning of April.

Now detectives think he could have been subjected to what they call "physical and financial abuse" in the weeks leading up to his death.

They are asking anyone who saw him to get in touch.

Three men and one woman from Camborne have been arrested on suspicion of murder and have been bailed until 17 June 2014.
 
Officers from the Major Crime Investigation Team are now appealing to the public to help them build a picture of Mr Oldham’s life before he was found dead on 1st April.
 
Detective Inspector Costa Nassaris said: “This was a disturbing death where Mr Oldham has sustained serious injuries.
 
“We believe that Mr Oldham was the victim of abuse in recent months and we are appealing to anyone who can provide information on events leading up to his death.
 
“In particular we would like to speak to anyone who had seen, or been in contact with Mr Oldham in the weeks before he died. We would urge anyone who may have information, however small, to come forward as this could be vital to the enquiry.”
 
Anyone with information is asked to telephone police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously, quoting crime reference AC/14/1402.

1:56pm 29th May 2014

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