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UK police expand search in slavery case

25 November 2013, 21:05

London - British police investigating a slavery case involving three female victims say they are investigating 13 London addresses linked to the two suspects.

Police said on Monday that inquiries into the new addresses followed an extensive search of an apartment in the Brixton neighbourhood of south London.

The Metropolitan Police also said that the male suspect is 73, not 67 as previously reported. The female suspect is 67.

The two suspects are from India and Tanzania. Police have said they shared a political ideology with the three victims.

The victims are a Briton, 30, an Irishwoman, 57, and a Malaysian, 69.

The two suspects were arrested last week and are free on bail until a court hearing in January.

- AP

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