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Missing Elvis Impersonator: Man Arrested
Police hunting an Elvis impersonator wanted in connection with a firearms alert that closed a Cornish school have arrested a man.
Police detained a 60-year-old man on land in Widegates, Looe, and recovered two firearms, around 9.30pm on Friday.
The man was arrested on suspicion of firearms offences and was being taken into custody at Launceston police station.
He was first taken to a local hospital for a medical assessment as a precaution.
Police are not seeking anyone else in connection with the investigation.
Armed officers were called after a domestic-related alert at 60-year-old Derrel Weaver's home in Widegates around 9.30pm on Thursday.
The nearby Trenode Church of England Primary School was closed. Devon and Cornwall Police tweeted a photo of Mr Weaver of Higher Widlake Farm.
The caption read: "Have you seen this man, Derrel Weaver, 60, #widegates Looe, if you see him please ring 999 and do not approach."
Another tweet added: "Police are doing everything possible to maintain public safety, but we ask local people to be patient during this time."
Mr Weaver's Google+ page says he owns a tree surgery business and is also a "rock n roll singer".
Local resident Ann Chudleigha said Mr Weaver was a well-known member of the community.
The decision to close the school was made by its headteacher in consultation with police.