TWO men have been arrested and three stolen vehicles have been found after a series of police raids in Radcliffe this morning, Tuesday.

Officers carried out search warrants at an address on Pioneer Mill before making the arrests and finding the vehicles, which have now been recovered.

Greater Manchester Police has shared pictures from the operation on social media. 

On Twitter, Bury Chief Inspector Jamie Wright said: "11 warrants executed at Pioneer Mill, Radcliffe, this morning (Tuesday) with support from GMP Spec ops staff.

"Two males arrested. Three stolen vehicles recovered."

Bury Times:

Police in Radcliffe today, Tuesday

Bury Chief Superintendent Chris Hill added: “Bury North Inspector Wright and his team have undertaken 11 warrants which were supported by the tactical aid unit and other teams in Radcliffe earlier today (Tuesday).”

Chief Supt Hill also encouraged residents to contact police if they have any information about crime in their area.

If you have any details contact police on 101 or call the indepedent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.