Three arrested in human trafficking operation in Norfolk

Three men were arrested on suspicion of modern day slavery and human trafficking offences yesterday after a joint operation between the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority (GLAA) and Norfolk Police.

The raid took place at a business in Station Street, Swaffham, after a tip-off that number of workers had been trafficked and were being exploited.

Six workers were taken to a reception centre and will be supported by police and other agencies.

The arrested men – aged 30, 37 and 42 – were questioned at King’s Lynn Police Investigation Centre. They have now...

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