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Jimmy Savile Investigation Reaches Cornwall

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2:22pm 17th December 2012

The Jimmy Savile abuse inquiry reaches Cornwall.

Pirate FM's learnt police here are dealing with one allegation linked to Operation Yewtree and four others in Devon.

The force says they are separate and it is working with detectives leading the national investigation:

A spokesperson for the Force said:

"We continue to encourage all those affected by abuse to report the matter at the earliest opportunity.

"We have specially trained officers to support and protect victims who come forward to report such incidents including crimes where abuse has occurred some time ago.

"Where victims feel that they do not wish to report the matter to the police then we would encourage them to seek advice and guidance from support agencies in their area.

"We will support all victims through this difficult time."

2:22pm 17th December 2012

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