BRADFORD police raided a house and arrested two 19-year-old men on suspicion of drug and human trafficking offences.

Officers from Programme Precision swooped on the Girlington house to make the arrests.

Programme Precision is the name of a crackdown involving West Yorkshire Police, local partners and the public to tackle serious and organised crime in the county.

A West Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: "Officers from Programme Precision arrested two males aged 19 on suspicion of conspiracy to supply class A drugs and offences of human trafficking in the Girlington area of Bradford as part of enquiries into allegations of county lines crime.

"They have since been released on bail."

Detective Chief Inspector Fiona Gaffney said: "This action comes on the back of other work we have been doing, including work around money mules, where young people's bank accounts are used to exploit them.

"We would encourage anybody who knows that young people are involved in this sort of activity to contact us or any other partners and get them help to get them out."