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VIDEO: Cornwall News Headlines - 16th December 2014

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9:50am 16th December 2014

Has the truth about the Beast of Bodmin finally been revealed? Find out more, and watch the rest of today's top headlines from the Cornwall Newscentre with Tristan Hunkin.





9:50am 16th December 2014

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