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A 21 year-old man has been found guilty of murdering a young British soldier after a night out in his home town of Redruth.Read the full story ›
The jury in the Cornish soldier murder trial has retired to consider its verdict.
Twenty year old Dave Curnow was beaten to death last September in Chapel Street in Redruth.
One of the two men who assaulted him, Connor Hammond, has denied murder.
The other man admitted murder at an earlier hearing and will be sentenced at the end of Hammond's trial at Truro Crown Court.
A court has been told that it was "bad luck" that a young Cornish soldier crossed the path of two men accused of murdering him.
Dave Curnow was attacked last September in Chapel Street in Redruth. He died the following day in hospital from severe injuries.
One man, Liam Laing, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to murder.
The other man, Connor Hammond, whose trial starts today, denies murder.
The jury has been told by the prosecution that Mr Curnow was assaulted for no reason - that he was punched during a three minute assault by the two men, falling to the ground three times.
Connor Hammond denies murder. The trial continues.
Police are appealing for help to find missing man from Redruth.
78 year old George Pither left his home in his car shortly before 8pm on Tuesday evening. He was only expected to be staying in the local area, but cameras later spotted him going east on the A38 towards Bodmin an hour later.
He was last seen driving a blue Citroen C4 Picasso with the registration number WK16 FGD.
Mr Pither was last seen driving a blue Citroen C4 Picasso, registration number WK16 FGD.
He is described as white with balding grey hair. He was wearing a blue raincoat with red piping and walks with a stick which has three feet at the base.
Police are asking anyone who thinks they've seen Mr Pither or his car to call them on 101.
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27-year-old Ryan Morrish was charged after an investigation into the collision last August near the Chiverton Cross roundabout.
Two pedestrians - Calvin Trevena and Ann Varran who were both aged 51 and from Redruth, died in the collision.
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