Penryn raid nets counterfeit films and music

Large quantities of counterfeit films, music and computer games have been seized by Cornwall Trading Standards from a property in Penryn.

Officers from Cornwall Trading Standards, the Police and the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) entered a private residence in the Penryn area after receiving information that counterfeit DVD’s were being distributed from the premises. It is estimated that around 10,000 fake discs were seized as well as computers equipment, laptops and mobile phones.

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