Not so private eye

14th June 1996 at 01:00
Not so private eye: nine-year-old Callum Mitchell, a pupil of Mousehole primary, Cornwall, has set himself up as the country's youngest private investigator. Callum has advertised his "discretion guaranteed" services in the local newspaper, The Cornishman, and has already solved his first case - finding a neighbour's glove. He put the proceeds into his detective kit.

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