Two teenage girls have been rescued after their older sister tried to sell them to different gangs.
The girls had fled their family home to stay with their older sister and brother-in-law.
According to local media in Spain, the brother-in-law is accused of raping the youngest girl, aged 16, before planning with his wife to sell both girls.
The unnamed teens were being kept in the provinces of Valladolid and Zamora, in Spain, after being sold to different gangs for 10,000 Euros each - about £8,900.
Police officers found the 16 and 17-year-old Romanian girls during an operation that resulted in seven arrests.