The police have taken in two employees of Lhota Lake resort in the Central Bohemian region near Prague and a lifeguard who left his post in connection with the death of two seven-year-old boys last August, Radio Prague reported Monday. If convicted, they face up to six years in prison, the station said. Previous reports from news website Britské Listy said the boys’ mothers had sought the assistance of resort employees when they could not find their children, but the employees had been impolite and refused to search for them. They spoke to the mothers in a highly derogatory manner and regarded them as “scum,” the report said, citing an unnamed witness. It blamed the employees’ initial indifference on the fact the victims were foreigners. The lifeguard was reportedly not at his post because of the heat. A search was launched for the missing boys several hours later and they were found drowned in the lake, prompting the Czech-Vietnamese community to demand a police probe into the tragedy. More than 65,000 Vietnamese live in the Czech Republic, making it the country’s third biggest minority group.