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Police are investigating the death of a man in Padstow.
The body of an elderly man was found at the bottom of steps leading towards a car park near New Street this morning.
The man is yet to be named and police remain at the scene.
Officers are working to establish the cause of death and are treating the death as unexplained at this time.
An 88-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after an elderly woman was found dead in Cornwall.
Police attended the scene in St Merryn at around 1.30pm yesterday.
The woman, who is in her 80s, was found dead at the home.
Devon and Cornwall Police have said the death is being treated as suspicious.
"An 88-year-old man, from Padstow, was arrested on suspicion of murder and is in police custody.
"Officers have yet to formally identify the woman. Her next of kin have been informed."
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Three people and their dog had to be rescued by the RNLI after they became cut off by the tide.
Padstow lifeboat launched shortly before 8pm to help the trio who had asked for help after realising they were surrounded by water at Harlyn.
The inshore Y-boat was sent with two crew members who made two trips to bring the group, and their dog, back to the lifeboat.
They were then transported back to Padstow
They realised they were cut off by the tide and made the right decision by calling the Coastguard. We are glad we could be there to help them.
We would always recommend that people seek advice on the tide times, currents and weather conditions to ensure they can enjoy our coastline safely.
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