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Public order, Truro
Area: TruroDevon & Cornwall Police Force Area
Police are appealing for information after members of the public were encouraged to break Covid-19 restrictions during a protest in Truro on Saturday 14 November.
The incident, involving the incitement of others to break the law relating to social distancing regulations, occurred outside Truro Cathedral at around 1pm.
Police would particularly like to speak to the woman pictured because it is believed she may have vital information which could assist police enquiries.
Anyone with any information, or who knows the woman pictured, is asked to contact police on 101 or via email at email@example.com and quote crime reference, CR/096140/20.
Crime no: Police are appealing for information after members of the public were encouraged to break Covid-19 restrictions during a protest in Truro on Saturday 14 November.
Officer no: 15119
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