Greater Manchester Police and Trading Standards officers have carried out a number of raids in their biggest operation yet to tackle organised crime.
More than 50 arrests have been made in a week long crackdown on illegal money lenders, drug dealers and counterfeit goods suppliers.
Challenger is the largest ever multi-agency response to tackling organised criminal gangs in Manchester's history.
More than £330,00 worth of drugs were recovered, £25,000 in cash seized along with weapons including high powered air rifles and a Taser.
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