A dog walker has discovered part of a human foot inside a walking boot, which may be relevant to the search for missing Penryn man Lee Gilbert.
The boot was found in Nansavallan Woods near Truro at around 5pm on Thursday 20 October. Police do not know who the foot belongs to but they have informed the mother of local missing man, Lee Gilbert, of the discovery and are offering her support.
Mr Gilbert, aged 39 and from Penryn, may have been wearing walking boots when he disappeared on Thursday 9 June 2016 from Truro Station.
Police are continuing to search Nansavallan Woods but say there are no suspicious circumstances.
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An investigation is underway in Cornwall after a couple started having sex on the top deck of a bus.
The incident happened onboard the number 18 as it left Truro on Monday evening. Passengers reportedly complained to the driver, before the couple, in their 20s, fled the scene.
Witness Jo Coleslaw said it's not something you expect to see on your way home from work:
You just don't expect to see or hear about a couple having sex on a bus in full view of everyone, especially at about 6pm in the evening.
There were elderly people on the bus and they were very, very shocked. I'd say they were in their late 20s and clearly intoxicated when they got off the bus.
Bus operator First Kernow say they are aware of the incident and are investigating.
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On Wednesday, Boardman pleaded guilty to one count of fraud.
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