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The arrests came after a sustained investigation by a specialist team for organised crime. A number of suspected 'pop up' brothels in Newport have been closed down after a long-running police investigation.
A specialist team of officers targeting organised crime tracked down the premises in the Newport area as well as investigating properties in Fife, Kent, the Midlands and along the M4 corridor.
Two people, a year-old woman and a year-old man have been charged with running a brothel after officers visited two addresses in the north west of England. You can read more of our Newport stories here. Gwent Police were also part of the operation. Tarian is part funded by part funded by the Home Office and the three southern Wales police forces. It is a multi-disciplinary team of police officers and police staff seconded from the three forces of Dyfed-Powys, Gwent and South Wales and tackles all organised crime, including fraud and cyber-crime.
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