Four arrested in four raids in Peterborough to be deported back to home countries in Eastern Europe

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Four raids at homes in Peterborough by police and immigration officers has resulted in four men being arrested before being deported.

A day of action between police and immigration took place in the city on Monday March 21 to target Foreign National Offenders.

Officers raided an address in Fengate, Peterborough with the intention of detaining an individual who was subject of a deportation order.

On arrival it was evident the house was in the process of being set up as a cannabis factory. A 24-year-old man was arrested and will be deported back to his home country in Albania.

Police then hit a home in Fullham Road, Peterborough, where a 42-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of breaching a deportation order. He will be deported back to his home country in Lithuania.

A 32-year-old man was then arrested during a raid in Eastfield Road after being identified as a Foreign National Offender. He has been detained for deportation back to his home country in Poland.

A 25-year-old man was then arrested at a house in Windmill Street, Peterborough, in connection with failing to comply with treaty rights. He will be deported back to his home country in Lithuania.