Four of those arrested were charged for the use and display by third parties of their legitimate documentation
Agents of the National Police have arrested in Torre Pacheco (Murcia) to seventeen foreign nationals on charges of forgery and encouraging illegal immigration.
Four of those arrested were charged for the use and display by third parties of their legitimate documentation.
Every working day, at five in the morning, workers were transferred into four buses from the swimming pool to different farms.
The investigation began after learning of the existence of a large number of citizens of Indian origin or Pakistani devoted to farming in the region of Murcia, who may be using false documents and identities.
At five o'clock in the swimming pool
The investigations conducted by the officers took them to the town of Torre Pacheco where they could see that about five in the morning every weekday, many foreigners were concentrated in the esplanade of the municipal swimming pool in the town with the to be transported in four buses to various farms where they performed their work.
The research culminated in a police deployment was conducted where control of four passenger buses, checking the identities of 227 people.
The agents arrested thirteen of them lacking work permits and in an irregular situation.
Several of those arrested were carrying documents provided by others regular.
Subsequently, four more people were arrested for giving the documentation to others in exchange for money so they could display it if they were requested.
Seventeen arrested are Pakistani or Indian nationals aged between 20 and 41 years.
The operation was carried out by agents of the Unit against illegal immigration networks and Forgery (UCRIF) Higher Headquarters Murcia with the Commissioner General of Immigration and Borders and the UCRIF Headquarters in Valencia.
Source: Jefatura Superior de Policía de la Región de Murcia