Police say a man from Camborne who died in suspicious circumstances suffered horrific injuries.
Today they appealed for more information about 63-year-old Terry Oldham. He was found at his home in Dolcoath Road in Camborne on 1 April. Four people have been arrested on suspicion of murder and have been bailed until 17 June
Detectives investigating the death of a 63-year-old man in Camborne are appealing for information about the final weeks of his life.
The body of Terry Oldham was found at his home in Dolcoath Road on 1 April. He had sustained serious injuries.
Police believe he had been subjected to abuse and would like to find out more about the events leading to his death.
Four people have been arrested and bailed on suspicion of his murder.
Four people arrested on suspicion of the murder of a man from Camborne have been released on bail.
63-year-old Terry Oldham was found dead at a house in Dolcoath Road on 1 April. Three men and a woman from the area have been bailed until 17 June 2014.
Police in Cornwall have begun an murder investigation following the sudden death of a man in Camborne.
They say they have arrested four people over the incident.
The body of 63 year old Terry Oldham was found in a home on Dolcoath Road on 1st April after paramedics were called to reports of a sudden death.
A foodbank in Cornwall is teaching people how to get the best out of the goods they're supplied. It's brought in a top chef to show how they can cook tasty and healthy meals.
The foodbank provides boxes of food in the Camborne, Redruth and Pool area - one of the poorest parts of Cornwall.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:
A foodbank in Cornwall says it needs to find ways to make giving relief more sustainable. Volunteers at the Camborne-Pool-Redruth foodbank want to tackle the underlying causes for people relying on it. They say more people are in need of non-food items like toothbrushes and nappies.
The emergency services will be on the streets of Camborne and Redruth this morning, to try and tackle anti-social behaviour at Christmas. Police, Fire and Community Safety Officers are promoting a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking too much alcohol.
Cornwall Council have backed plans to turn land currently used as a running track into a retail park.
Earlier this year, hundreds gathered outside the Carn Brea leisure centre in Camborne to protest against plans to sell the whole site.
Under current proposals, only the running track would be sold and moved to a new home at Redruth School.
The proceeds would then be used to refurbish the leisure centre.
Proposals to close two fire stations in Cornwall and replace them with newer facilities have been approved by county planners.
Camborne and Redruth fire stations are to shut, a new control centre is to be built at Tolvaddon while a new station in Hayle will be shared with other emergency services.
Fire chiefs say the changes will allow crews to respond more quickly to emergencies.