Three people arrested in Cornwall as part of a nationwide campaign to tackle the exploitation of trafficking victims have been released on police bail.
Officers in Truro arrested two eastern European men in their 20s and a local 60-year-old man on Thursday morning.
They also recovered two potential victims, both women, who are also from eastern Europe.
Operation Pentameter was set up in February specifically to tackle exploitation within the sex industry.
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