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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Police are investigating after two women were 'believed to be' assaulted by men working in a shop in Cheetham Hill. Officers were called to reports of a disturbance at the shop at around 6pm last night (Thursday November 24). Greater Manchester Police (GMP) say they 'believe' that two women were assaulted by men working in the shop, and are warning the public about the 'dangers posed' by the illicit shops. Attending the incident, police also uncovered a shop selling 'dangerous' counterfeit goods. Today, officers remain in the area as they clear 'thousands' of hooky items.
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. “These shops are illegal, unregulated, and owners consider themselves beyond reproach.
Police have carried out a series of raids as part of Operation Vulcan (Image: Vincent Cole - Manchester Evening News) “Black Friday weekend is a busy time for the illegal traders in Cheetham Hill and I would urge you to reconsider shopping at anything other than a legitimate retail outlet. “Op Vulcan is challenging the mindset that this counterfeit sales activity is tolerated and acceptable in Greater Manchester, and the team are dedicated to ridding the Cheetham Hill and Strangeways areas of criminality.” READ NEXT: Man phones POLICE as drivers blast their horns during 'four hour wait' to leave city centre car park Predator loan sharks 'emptied' poverty-stricken victims' bank accounts and spent their benefits Ex-firefighter guilty of child abduction after he's caught taking boys camping and sleeping at his Moment Black Friday descended into 'chaos' in Greater Manchester as police called to Tesco Grammar school PE teacher struck off after booking hotel room before having sex with former student
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