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The fake ten pound notes produced by a printing firm in Hockley, Birmingham were of an unusually high quality. Investigators estimate that the setup had released notes with a face value of around £1.3m when it was raided.
The work of Operation Creative, designed to tackle internet-enabled crime, has seen 40 national and international websites suspended by domain name registrars.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has dismantled a suspected criminal operation believed to be selling counterfeit electrical goods online and in shops across London.
690 internet domain names seized across the world through international law enforcement partnership.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) arrested a Nottingham man this morning on suspicion of selling devices that allow pubs to illegally broadcast Premier League football matches.
A High Court judge has asked prosecutors to consider forgery and contempt charges after claiming staff at an immigration removal centre falsified a document.
Detectives from the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) have arrested a man at his Reading home today on suspicion of operating a website that was illegally selling music albums, singles and films.
Four men have been arrested by the National Crime Agency (NCA) for their alleged role in a multi-million pound operation to make and distribute fake £10 and £20 notes after a joint investigation with City of London Police.
Jonathon Brookes, from Coventry, has been jailed for three years at the Old Bailey today (26th Sept) after being found guilty of producing and distributing fake £10 notes estimated to be worth over £100,000.
The Premier League and National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) are urging fans to steer clear of counterfeit goods that are being produced on a massive scale in their clubs name.
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