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Newquay School Fire Convictions

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Published by the Pirate FM News Team at 5:38pm 29th March 2012

Two teenagers who torched a Newquay school are found guilty of arson.

18 year olds James Dent from Crantock and Christopher Jenkins from St Columb Road used to be pupils at Treviglas.

The pair caused more than a million pounds worth of damage.

They will be sentenced next month.

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