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Appeal for missing woman in Bodmin

Police are appealing for help after a 54-year-old woman has gone missing from Bodmin.

Elaine Alcock was last seen in the Berryfields area of Bodmin at around 2.30pm on June 29.

Elaine Alcock Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

She is described as olive skinned, 5’ 2”, of medium build with brown shoulder length hair.

She is believed to be wearing a three quarter length olive green parka jacket with a cream lining to the hood, blue jeans and brown Timberland trainers.

Anyone with any information, or who knows of her whereabouts is asked to call 999 immediately quoting police log 74 of 30th June.

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Investigation after 1 died and 6 injured in A30 crash

1 died and 6 were injured in the crash at Bodmin junction

An investigation is underway after one woman died and six others were injured in a collision at Bodmin.

The collision involved four vehicles travelling towards Launceston on the A30 yesterday morning.

A 29 year old man who was driving an HGV has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has now been released on bail. Police want to speak to anyone who may have seen what happened.

ROADS: Problems continue on the A30 in Cornwall

The A30 is closed eastbound near Bodmin following a serious accident involving a lorry and three cars.

It happened between the A38 At Carminow Cross and the A38 Launceston Road and is causing congestion back to Innis Downs Junction on the A30.

The westbound carriageway has now re-opened but the A30 remains closed eastbound for investigation work.

  • Diversion - traffic is to follow the Solid Square symbol through Bodmin.

Consultation launched on Bodmin Moor's Dark Sky Park bid

Bodmin Moor could become an International Dark Sky Park.

The area is being put forward because of its "exceptional night sky" and Cornwall Council is asking people for their views on proposals before bidding for the title.

The council, and Caradon Observatory are holding a month long consultation, and, if their bid is successful the title is comparable to World Heritage Site status.

The Area of Outstanding National Beauty Unit and the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) also support the proposed bid. If there is public support for the bid, the Council will submit it this summer.

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