Europol Arrests More Than 130 Over Human Smuggling

Europol has made more than 130 arrests and  identified at least 130 potential victims of human trafficking across Europe.

According to Europol, they have investigated 13,500 locations, inspected 193,020 vehicles, questioned 970 440 persons, and checked 101,790 documents.

Areas including Lower Saxony, North Rhine-Westphalia, Bremen and Baden-Württemberg. Police in Britain, Belgium, France and the Netherlands have been investigated as part of the operation. 

“The concentrated police and judicial action is coordinated by Eurojust and Europol. A first interim conclusion on the results will be given in the course of the day,” confirmed the Osnabrück’s police.

Police added that they would be releasing more details on Tuesday. 

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