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School pays tribute to Derbyshire pupils killed during sleepover

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Outwood Academy City, in Sheffield, says children were popular and had bright futures Three children killed during a sleepover were “popular” and “positive” pupils who had bright futures ahead of them, their school has said, as police continued to question a man on suspicion of murder. Terri Harris, 35, was killed along with her children, John Paul Bennett, 13, Lacey Bennett, 11, and Lacey's friend Connie Gent, 11, who was staying at their house at the weekend.
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