Police in South London say they have rescued three women who claim they were held as slaves for about 30 years, according to the BBC.
Two suspects have been arrested: A 67-year-old man and a 67-year-old woman.
The BBC reports that the arrests are the result of an investigation started when police were contacted by the Freedom Charity after it received a call from a woman saying she had been held against her will - for decades.
In all, a Malaysian woman, 69, an Irish woman, 57, and a British woman, 30, were taken from the house and said to be "highly traumatised."
Said Det. Insp. Kevin Hyland, from the Metropolitan Police's Human Trafficking Unit: "We applaud the actions of Freedom Charity and are working in partnership to support these victims who appear to have been held for over 30 years.