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Penryn: 'suspicious device" found

Penryn: 'suspicious device" found

Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 8:58pm 2nd June 2020. (Updated at 8:18am 3rd June 2020)

A 'suspicious device' has been made safe after police were called to a property in Penryn.

The Royal Navy Explosive Ordnance team were called out to the Masonic Lodge in New Street alongside police and Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service.

A 20-metre cordon was put in place and door-to-door enquiries have been carried out.

Anyone with any information is to come forward to the police. 

 

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