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British Police saves people from modern day slavery

The British Police have arrested 15 persons during raids which involve 5 car washes.

The raids involved 180 officers and rescuing 36 persons and prosecuting 15 others for modern-day slavery offences.

“This group is using hand car washes as a front for their criminal activity and we believe individuals may be being trafficked into Milton Keynes and might be the subject of modern slavery,” police said in a statement.

The raid was pulled off with the help of Belgian officers, Britain’s immigration and police investigators.

Also, the group carried out raids at 20 residencies.

In a statement the Police said:

“We have seized a large quantity of cocaine, cannabis and also thousands of pounds worth of cash, and a Mercedes ML 250,” added the statement.

“This is the largest operation of its type carried out within the Thames Valley,” said British police detective Darran Hill.

“As well as working with partner agencies and charities, we have also worked closely with the National Crime Agency, and the Belgium Federal Police.

Meanwhile, the arrest began in Bruges, Belgium when an alleged human smuggler was arrested on Tuesday morning.

British police detective Darran Hill says:

“This is the largest operation of its type carried out within the Thames Valley this is the

“As well as working with partner agencies and charities, we have also worked closely with the National Crime Agency, and the Belgium Federal Police.

Among the more regular victims are women and girls trafficked to work in UK nail bars for no pay

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