Oxford sex trafficking inquiry: Guesthouse three released

Three men arrested in June as part of a police investigation into child sex abuse in Oxford have been released from bail.

The men, aged 81, 49 and 48, were held at Nanford Guest House, Iffley Road, as part of Operation Bullfinch.

They had been on bail after being arrested on suspicion of letting premises for use as a brothel and inciting child prostitution for gain.

Thames Valley Police said the men were released without charge earlier.

In May, seven men were convicted of a string of offences including rape and trafficking linked to a grooming ring.

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