Fifty dismantled vehicles and two stolen Audis have been found at a ‘chop shop’ in Accrington.
Police were called to a unit on Victoria Mill on Victoria Street shortly before 11pm last night.
Inspector John Fryer said: “There was a chop shop there where they had been dismantling stolen vehicles inside the mill.
“There was a stolen Audi A4, a second stolen Audi, and evidence of around another 50 vehicles in various stages of disassembly.
“We are still trying to identify where the stolen property is from.”
Officers remained at the scene until 6am this morning.
Lancashire Police said two men from Accrington, aged 35 and 28, were arrested on suspicion of theft of a motor vehicle and are currently in police custody.