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17 November,


Dutch family living in isolation discovered by police after nine years

Six young adults, aged 18 to 25, and their ailing father were found near Ruinerwold, 130km (80 miles) northeast of Amsterdam.

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A family living in isolation on a farm in the Netherlands have been discovered by police after nine years.
 
The seven adults are receiving medical treatment after police acted on a tip-off and found them locked away in a secret room on the premises, officials said on Tuesday.
 
Mayor Roger de Groot said six young adults, aged 18 to 25, and their ailing father were found near Ruinerwold - 130km (80 miles) northeast of Amsterdam.
 
They had apparently not been in contact with the outside world for nine years.
 
The small property also appeared to be ringed by a fence and largely obscured by trees
Mr de Groot said a 58-year-old man, who is not the father of the children, was arrested at the farm. His role was unclear.

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