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Bus stolen in Truro has been found in Bodmin

By WBMiles  |  Posted: October 23, 2013

A Fal River bus has been stolen from Truro.

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3pm - The bus was found earlier in Bodmin and is now back in service.

Tim Light from the bus company said he was grateful to the person who contacted the police after seeing the bus.


Bus passengers in Truro are facing disruption after a bus was stolen overnight.

The Fal River bus was taken from Newham and the theft was only discovered when the driver turned up this morning.

The 22-seater bus was used on the city service around Truro.

Tim Light, managing director of Cornwall Ferries Ltd and the King Harry Ferry stepped in to provide a bus service when First South West abandoned the service last month.

Mr Light said the bus belonged to a member of staff who had loaned the vehicle to get the service going.

The bus is a single-decker, blue and cream bus.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police on 101.

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  • rickoon  |  October 23 2013, 7:07PM

    No, but if it was the number 10 to St Just, then you would be talking.

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  • First Impressions  |  October 23 2013, 2:32PM

    Who would want to steal a bus??? I mean it ain't the easiest thing to shift on eBay is it eh?