A man and a woman have been charged with various offences as part of a major operation targeting people trafficking in Northern Ireland.
The man, 63, and woman, 47, were charged with human trafficking, controlling prostitution, brothel keeping and money laundering.
Both will appear at Dungannon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
On Monday, police raided 27 brothels across Northern Ireland as part of a multi-agency operation targeting human trafficking.
The PSNI said it was targeting an organised crime group which has been trafficking people throughout Northern Ireland for sexual exploitation.
The operation was supported by partners in the Gardai, Home Office Immigration Enforcement, The National Crime Agency and Public Prosecution Service.