Two 'illegal workers' arrested in swoop on Costcutter supermarket in Cradley Heath
The officers, acting on intelligence, visited Costcutter, located at the Trinity Centre, in Halesowen Road, Cradley Heath, on Tuesday morning at 8.45am.
They found two Pakistani men, both aged 32, who it is believed had no permission to work in the UK, before arresting them.
The men have since been granted temporary release whilst outstanding applications to the Home Office are considered. Both face deportation if they are found to have no right to be in the UK.
Costcutter was served a notice warning which states it is liable for a financial penalty of up to £20,000 per illegal worker... read more
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