Young Woman Who Escaped 'Sex Slave' House Found Wandering The Streets

A woman has been founding wandering the streets in England after escaping from a property where she says she was being held as a sex worker.

Police were called to a small street in Salford on Saturday morning following a report from a member of the public who was concerned for the woman's welfare.

The woman in her 20s has escaped from an unknown property where she was being forced to operate as a sex worker, authorities confirmed.

They believe she travelled to Salford from Manchester and had asked a truck driver for help.

“I’d like to stress that the lorry driver is not in any trouble and we only want to speak to them to help us piece together the woman’s movements following her escape," officers said in a statement, as cited by the Manchester Evening News.

Detectives have appealed for any witnesses, including the truck driver, to come forward.

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