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Illogan Unexplained Death

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3:48pm 8th March 2012
(Updated 3:48pm 8th March 2012)

A man has released without charge after a woman was found dying in a Cornish cemetry.

She was rushed to hospital after being discovered shivering and incoherent in Illogan yesterday morning, but she did not recover.

Police call it "unexplained" but say they are not treating her death as suspicious.

Officers are preparing a report to pass to the coroner.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident is asked to call police on 101 and quote log 105 from 7th March.

3:48pm 8th March 2012

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