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Unsolved Cornish Murder

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6:10am 19th June 2012
(Updated 6:10am 19th June 2012)

An inquest is starting into one of Cornwall's most notorious unsolved murders.

It is ten years since Les Bate's body was found at his home in St Kew Highway.

Nobody has ever been caught.

The 71 year old's family are hoping the Coroner could help get answers.

6:10am 19th June 2012

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