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Polish police swoop on human-trafficking gang

16.10.2019 07:30
Polish authorities have detained 13 people in a swoop on a human-trafficking ring.
Image by Klaus Hausmann from Pixabay
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Police said the gang, which operated in several Polish provinces, forced young women from South America into prostitution.

A dozen or so police teams swooped on the suspects in various locations on Tuesday, according to public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency.

The gang’s victims were under police protection, and diplomatic missions from their countries of origin would be notified, the new agency reported.

Police did not release further details and it was unknown how many women were victims of the gang, the agency added.


Source: IAR