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Domestic violence and secondhand markets to feature in next Operation Bigwing

PUBLISHED: 16:21 21 July 2014 | UPDATED: 16:27 21 July 2014

Police will be rounding up outstanding suspects and looking at secondhand markets during a day of targeted action.

Operation Bigwing, a monthly operation which takes place across all of the London boroughs, returns on Thursday.

Redbridge police will also be tackling domestic violence offences and people from the Safer Communities Partnership will be manning stalls to give advice.

A street briefing will take place at 11am in Ilford town centre.

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