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Two women have been saved from lives as prostitutes by Greater Manchester Police Getty

Greater Manchester Police has rescued two Hungarian women who were allegedly beaten and forced to work as sex slaves.

Officers from GMP's serious and organised crime group rescued the women and a one-year-old baby from an address on Spa Road, Bolton, on Thursday 27 March.

Two women, aged 30 and 20, and the child were safeguarded by GMP and other agencies and have now been reunited with their families in Hungary.

Following their rescue, officers established the two women had been forced to work as prostitutes, beaten and subjected to abuse over a period of several months.

As part of the investigation Ferenc Dardai, 21, Ferenc Dardai, 41, Melania Kiraly, 42, and Daniel Dardai, 19, all of Spa Road Bolton, have been charged with trafficking while 21-year-old Ferenc Dardai has been additionally charged with rape.

They all appeared at Bolton magistrate's court on 30 March and were remanded into custody.