Three girls who travelled to Syria to join Islamic State militants paid for their plane tickets with stolen jewellery, MPs have heard.
The Home Affairs Select Committee was told that the tickets from London Gatwick to Istanbul in Turkey were bought for a large amount of cash at a local travel agent - and investigators believe they got the money by taking jewellery from one of the families.
Earlier, the girls' families told the hearing they did not know how the girls got hold of the money.
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The families of three schoolgirls who fled to Syria to join IS have questioned claims they funded their journey by selling family jewellery.
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