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Search for Chihuahua stolen in Newquay

Bentley was last seen on June 27. Credit: Zoe Julian

A local woman is appealing for the public's help after her Chihuahua was stolen from a car at Treloggan Car Boot Sale in Newquay.

The dog is called Bentley and was taken on June 27. Bentley's owner Zoe Julian said the dog was taken from her silver VW Transporter.

She then spotted a grey Toyota van with blacked out windows speeding away from the area.

Anyone with any information about the dog's whereabouts is urged to call Devon and Cornwall Police.

Credit: Zoe Julian

Police appeal after serious sexual assault in Newquay

Credit: PA

Devon and Cornwall Police are appealing for information after a sexual assault in Newquay.

A 19-year-old woman was on a night out on June 3 when the incident happened.

She left Sailors Nightclub and made her way through the town along Berry Road and to the Boating Lake.

It was here that she approached a blond woman in the lake shelters and requested a cigarette.

An altercation then occurred where the victim was punched by the other woman and knocked out on the floor.

She blacked out for an unknown period of time and reported to police that a serious sexual assault had also taken place.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident and are particularly keen to locate the blond haired woman.


Woman dies after car crashes into 22 vehicles on garage forecourt

The crash took place on the A390 last night. Credit: ITV News

A woman has died following a crash on the A390 at Hewas Water, St Austell, last night.

Emergency services were called just after 9.45pm on Sunday 25 June a collision involving a black Vauxhall Vectra Saloon car.

As a result the passenger in the car, a woman in her forties, was pronounced dead at the scene. The male driver was taken to Treliske Hospital where he remains with serious injuries.

The car was travelling from St Austell towards Truro and left the road before colliding with 22 parked cars parked on the garage forecourt of Andrew Toms Cars.

The road was closed for eight hours while officers carried out an examination of the scene.

Police are appealing for witnesses and want to speak to anyone who witnessed the manner of driving of a black coloured Vauxhall Vectra in the Hewas Water area that evening or anyone who stopped at the scene.

Rush hour disruption after burst water main floods Plymouth road

Rush-hour disruption after burst water main floods Plymouth road. Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police

A burst water main has caused extensive flooding on a main road in Plymouth and rush-hour disruption.

The north-bound carriageway of the Tavistock Road had to be closed by police while contractors from South West Water carried out repairs.

Devon and Cornwall Police said the incident happened between McDonalds and the back of Crown Hill Police Station.

A spokesman said: "The local water supply has had to be turned off and engineers are working to repair the main. We expect the disruption to continue for some time yet."

South West Water said customers were being affected, but would not confirm how many have been left without water.

Traffic queuing after burst water main closes Tavistock road. Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police


Body recovered from Exeter Quay

Devon and Cornwall police teams have found a body in the search for Dex Johnston.

While officers say they are not in a position to confirm the identity of the body yet, the 24-year-old's family have been informed.

Detectives found the body in Exeter Quay at around 1.40pm today.

Dex Johnston was last seen on Saturday 28 May. Credit: Devon and Cornwall Police
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