Two people have been arrested in connection with slavery offences in South Gloucestershire and Bristol, police said.
The three alleged male victims, one in his 30s, one in his 40s and one in his 50s have been taken to a place of safety.
The police said in a statement they have also arrested five others on suspicion of offences including failing to appear, cannabis production, money laundering and handling stolen goods. A significant quantity of cash was found at one of the addresses.
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