A report out by the NSPCC and the Metropolitan Police Service into the alleged abuse by Jimmy Savile has found that a number of his alleged victims were from the South West.
Five offences were reported to Devon and Cornwall Police and four to Dorset Police. The report also states that one of those alleged offences took place in the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital in 1970.
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