Two arrested in Isle Of Wight internet probe

Two males aged 16 and 21 from Newport, IOW have been arrested in connection with an investigation into a website selling pirate films and music. The arrests were made on 11th October 2007 by Newport Safer Neighbourhoods Team from Hampshire Police working with the Federation Against Copyright Theft (‘FACT’).

The men have been bailed until 6th February 2008 for further enquiries

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