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But no charges have been laid and most of the parlour workers appear to be Canadian citizens, according to CTV Vancouver's Lisa Rossington. A police investigation is currently underway. Despite the lack of charges, police held a press conference in Surrey to describe the motives behind the raids. He added: "It is situations such as these, where there are suspicions of people being victimized, that clearly demonstrate the importance of the RCMP and outside agencies working together, to help protect those who are vulnerable and who do not have an opportunity to help themselves.
The raids were carried out late Thursday and involved police from Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby and Richmond. One of the parlours was located in Vancouver. Twenty-six of those arrested were clients at the parlours, while human trafficking investigators interviewed another 78 women -- many of them described as being Asian or South Asian. However, Rossington later reported that none of the women have since asked for help. And because none have said they were exploited, it's unclear how police will proceed in their investigation.
According to Rob Johnston of the Canada Border Services Agency, officials do not deport victims of human trafficking from the country. He added that the agency has officers working overseas to prevent victims from being sent to Canada, while "at our ports of entry our officers are trained to try to identify victims.
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