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Athens police crack prostitution ring following 5 arrests

Police in Athens said on Wednesday that they had cracked a prostitution racket following the arrest of three suspects believed to have played a leading role in the organization two Greeks and one Romanian national and two of the women believed to have worked as sex workers, a Russian and a Romanian woman.

Police raided the suspects homes, confiscating nearly 5,000 euros in cash as well as guns.

Authorities are also seeking a 37-year-old Greek woman believed to have been second-in-command in the racket; she is believed to have helped the ring leader, one of the two Greek detainees, to select the sex workers and to have arranged appointments.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday Jul 2, 2014 (20:10)  
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