December 9th, 2013
03:35 PM ET

Police: 3 freed, 2 arrested in UK slavery bust

British police have freed three men and arrested two people as part of a human trafficking bust. The rescues came in a series of raids, part of an investigation into forced labor and human trafficking called "Operation Wanderer".

The three men who were freed included one in his 30s, one in his 40s and one in his 50s.

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