PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Police in Philadelphia have seized eight more dogs and arrested two suspects in connection with a large dog fighting operation.

According to police, who were working with information obtained during raids of dog fighting locations on Monday, a large operation on the 400 block of Cheltenham Avenue in the Northeast was raided Tuesday night. (see related story)

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Police and SPCA officials seized eight dogs, fighting equipment and records from the home.

According to reports, the house is connected to one of more than a dozen people who were arrested late Sunday and early Monday morning during raids.

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On Monday, the Pennsylvania SPCA with Philadelphia police acting on a tip that fights were happening, raided a home on the 2600 block of Gerritt Street.

Pennsylvania SPCA director of law enforcement George Bengal says when they entered the house, there were around 25 people watching a fight in progress. Fourteen people were arrested.

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