Eight people have now been arrested in probe into children’s home
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Another two people have been arrested as an investigation into safeguarding at a children's home continues.
The home at the Kisimul School in Swinderby, Lincolnshire, where Norfolk County Council placed children with special educational needs, was shut in November.
A 56-year-old man and two women, aged 52 and 57, from Lincoln were arrested.
And in December two women, aged 34 and 53, and a man aged 27, all from Lincoln area, were also arrested.
Now another two people have been detained.
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On Friday, Lincolnshire police spokesman said: 'The number of people arrested is eight and one person has been interviewed under caution.'
Ofsted has suspended the registration of the boarding home, but the school remains open.
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The Kisimul Group previously said: 'The safety of the young people in our care is paramount and we are fully supporting the police's investigation.'