Police make arrests in teenage trafficking case
A couple from Enfield have been arrested by police investigating the disappearance of two teenage girls who were in the care of social services.
They are suspected of being involved in human trafficking.
The UK Border Agency said the arrests form part of a wider operation aimed at disrupting gangs involved in trafficking young women from West Africa into continental Europe via London.
Jon Bush of the UK Border Agency and anti-trafficking campaigner Christine Beddoe contribute to this report by BBC London's Gareth Furby.