- Police arrested 18 people after the girls were lured into working at sex parties
- The alleged ‘Madame’ of the operation was among those detained in the raids
- Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello allegedly recruited the underage girls
A child prostitution ring where more than 250 underage girls were branded with tattoos by their ‘owners’ has been broken up after dramatic raids.
Police arrested 18 people after the girls were lured into coming the Colombian resort of Cartagena under the pretence of working as models there.
Among those detained was the alleged ‘Madame’ of the operation – Liliana del Carmen Campos Puello – and several unnamed Israelis who are believed to be the network’s ringleaders.