Greater Manchester police have carried out a series of raids this morning against men allegedly involved in the sexual exploitation of teenage girls. The operation follows a three-month investigation involving around 100 detectives.
The police released this statement:
"Focusing chiefly on child sexual exploitation, the investigation involves around 100 detectives and is one of the largest ever carried out by the serious crime division.
"The arrests are the result of a three-month inquiry into the sexual exploitation of a number of teenage girls from Stockport by men … More details of the arrests will be released later this morning."
Addresses in Longsight, south Manchester, Salford and Clayton were targeted. The alleged victims are teenage girls living in the Stockport area. It is understood that officers are investigating reports of men involved in
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