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In pictures: Jersey investigation

Police at Haut de la Garenne

Police searches at the former children's home Haut de la Garenne have been focused on a cellar, after the discovery of a child's remains at the site in Jersey last week

Haut de la Garenne

Police teams, who have been using sniffer dogs and ground radar in their search, gained access to the bricked-up cellar on Wednesday

Patrol at Haut de la Garenne

Six more "sites of interest" have been identified at the centre, police say

YHA sign at Haut de la Garenne

A floral tribute left outside Haut de la Garenne, which is now a youth hostel

Residents at the Haut de la Garenne children's home in the 1940s

Residents at the children's home in the 1940s. One told the BBC the superintendent always carried a cane, and used it frequently

Stan Barnard, a resident at the home in the 1940s

Stan Barnard, a resident at the home in the 1940s, told the BBC physical abuse was commonplace

Residents at the Haut de la Garenne children's home in the 1940s

The abuse claims date back decades, although police say the main focus of the inquiry involves allegations relating to the 1970s and 80s

Dormitory in the 1940s

Jersey's deputy police chief Lenny Harper said there were "well in excess of 160 victims" of abuse at the centre




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