A man has been arrested in connection with the illegal rave in Trafford last weekend.

Police investigating the illegal rave in Carrington last Saturday executed a warrant at a residential property in the Salford area.

A 33-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to cause a public nuisance and criminal damage.

Assistant chief constable Nick Bailey said: “Since last weekend’s raves at Carrington and Daisy Nook in Oldham, teams of officers have been gathering intelligence – this work is continuing.

“One suspect is in custody but our investigation is ongoing to ensure we identify anyone involved in the organisation of illegal raves which, as we saw last weekend, put people at risk."

Greater Manchester Police confirmed enquiries are ongoing into the raves in Trafford and Oldham and the man remains in police custody for questioning.

The force has urged people who have information about last weekend’s raves or any planned for the future to contact police via online or by calling 101.