Aberdeen 'brothel claim' women freed

Three women who were due court in connection with allegations of keeping a brothel in Aberdeen city centre have been freed.

Police Scotland said a search warrant was executed at the address in Dee Street on Tuesday.

The three women - aged 25, 39 and 48 - were reported to the procurator fiscal.

A Crown Office spokesman said they were liberated from custody pending further investigation and did not appear in court.

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