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Raids uncover fake Bollywood DVDs
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Police said their haul had a street value of 50,000
Police and music piracy investigators raided two premises in Glasgow and found counterfeit Bollywood DVDs with a street value of 50,000.

The raids in the city's south side followed a joint operation between Strathclyde Police and the British Phonographic Industry.

Two men aged 53 and 23, understood to be father and son, will be reported to the procurator fiscal.

The raids centred on a Pollokshields business and a nearby home.

Police and the BPI first raided Bobby's Enterprises on Maxwell Road.

They then searched a home in Kenmure Street.

Both raids uncovered counterfeit Bollywood DVDs.

A spokeswoman for Strathclyde Police said: "We can confirm that following a police operation on the morning of Wednesday 8 March two addresses in Pollokshields were searched.

"A large quantity of counterfeit Bollywood DVDs and CDs were recovered with a street value of 50,000.

"Two men aged 53 and 23 will be the subject of a report to the procurator fiscal."


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