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NSW: Two more men arrested over child sex offences at Bathurst

16 Dec 2008 11:05 AM

SYDNEY, Dec 16 AAP - Two more men have been arrested over alleged child sex offences at a boarding school in central western NSW, police say.

Detectives from Strike Force Belle, formed to investigate claims of indecent assault at St Stanislaus Catholic College in Bathurst, arrested two men at Marsfield, in north-west Sydney, on Tuesday.

The men, aged 60 and 61, were taken to Ryde Police Station and are assisting police with their inquiries.

On Monday, a 47-year-old former dorm master at the Bathurst boarding school was charged with two counts of indecently assaulting a male under 16.

The charges related to allegations made by a former student of the school about two separate incidents in 1985.

Earlier this year, the former principal, vice-principal and chaplain of St Stanislaus were charged with alleged offences dating back to the 1970s.

Police say inquires by Strike Force Belle are continuing.