Police arrest 17 traffickers
salzburg - Police have arrested in Germany, Austria and Hungary seventeen traffickers. They have estimated that thousands of refugees for big money illegally brought across the border. Authorities in Salzburg said Monday that not only transporters but also the responsible people have been behind the scenes portrayed by months of joint research.
The migrants were from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran. Into small groups by car through Hungary were diverted to the west. were targeted drivers recruited for the Budapest-Vienna route that caught 700 euros to transport human cargo. For a ride from the Austrian capital to France passengers were counting down every 2400 euros.
The decisive battle of the police hit only a few days ago. Over a hundred agents raided towns in Austria, Hungary and Germany and grabbed seven leaders of the gang. Moreover, they took a lot of mobile phones, weapons, money and jewelry to complete.
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