♫ three Indians and a Cameroonian in Reading ♫
Acting on intelligence, officers visited Thames Cash & Carry Ltd, Deacon Way, Tilehurst, at about 12:00 on Tuesday 26th November. Officers arrested four men. Two Indian nationals, aged 24 and 26, were found to have overstayed their visas, a 31-year-old Indian national was working in breach of his visa conditions and a Cameroonian national, aged 38, was found to be a failed asylum seeker.
The men aged 31 and 38 were transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the country. The other two have been placed on immigration bail so they can ‘have it away on their toes’.
♫ four Chinese in Coleraine ♫
Officers visited Master Chef Chinese Take Away at 17:30 on Thursday 28th November 2013 and questioned staff to check if they had the right to be in the UK.The takeaway on Millburn Road in Coleraine was found to be employing four illegal workers.
The officers arrested four Chinese men, aged between 21 and 40. Two of the men had no permission to work and two were in the country illegally. All four are in immigration detention while steps are taken to remove them from the country.
♫ four Albanians in Oxford ♫
Following an operation by immigration enforcement officers in Oxford, four illegal workers from Albania have been arrested. Officers visited Premier Car Wash, Watlington Road, at about 13:15 on Wednesday 27th November. Officers arrested four men aged 19, 20, 25 and 31 who had all entered the country illegally. All four were transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the country.
♫ seven Pakistanis and one Afghan in Manchester and a partridge in a pear tree ♫
Immigration officers visited Ashfaq Knitwear Ltd and Ashfaq Properties Ltd at 11:00 on Thursday 28th November 2013 and questioned staff to check if they had the right to be in the UK.
The factory and property service based in Apollo Business Park, Aspley Grove in Manchester, was found to be employing eight illegal workers.
The officers arrested three Pakistani men, aged between 21 and 26, who had all overstayed their visas. They also found a 34-year-old Pakistani woman who was working in breach of her visa conditions alongside three Pakistani men, aged between 26 and 28, and a 33-year-old man from Afghanistan who had all entered the country illegally. All eight were arrested and remain in immigration detention pending their removal from the country.
Anoraks responsible for crimewave, read all about it!
First we had an anorak involved in an armed robbery now we have an anorak wanted for questioning concerning a murder in Broadstairs.