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Police in London, Ont., say they have arrested a third man wanted in connection with a human-trafficking investigation.

Investigators say the suspect worked with two other men and all three face multiple charges including trafficking a person under 18-years-old.

The charges stem from what London police are calling a “lengthy” human-trafficking investigation involving a young girl that began in London and led them to Toronto.

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Police say they executed search warrants at three residences in Toronto on Thursday that led to the arrests of the first two men.

Investigators say the third man, a 21-year-old from Toronto, was arrested on Monday.

All three men were expected to appear in court Monday.

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