Police searching the “punishment” cellars at Haut de la Garenne have found more remains that could potentially be human. Forensic teams continue to search the third and fourth rooms. It is believed the forensic investigation will be completed by the end of April.
Carbon dating test results on the skull fragments that were found in February are due to be announced this week.
The Guardian reports: After last week's BBC Panorama, which uncovered more cases of alleged abuse, Harper said that 'important information' against principal suspects had been received.
However, he would not confirm whether former police officers were among those who were on their list of potential suspects.
It is believed that a number of arrests are imminent. Whether or not murder charges will be made remains to be seen.