Brits charged with human trafficking in Denmark

January 26th, 2015

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Preliminary hearing at the Court of Sønderborg today

Two British citizens have been charged with human trafficking after the police stopped them with a vehicle full of illegal immigrants.

Police in south Jutland pulled over a British-registered Audi on Sunday and found two Brits, three Iranian citizens and two Iraqi citizens without valid identification in the car.

The two Brits, aged 30 and 33, will face charges at a preliminary hearing at the Court of Sønderborg today.


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