Thursday 3 November 2011 Chad.co.uk
TWO traders have been arrested after a raid uncovered 3,400 fake CDs, computer games and software packages being sold at Thoresby Market.
The haul was uncovered by Trading Standards officers at the site near Ollerton on Sunday 23rd October.
Items also included music MP3s and copies of the Wii console Zumba game and Adobe Photoshop CS5 software being sold at a fraction of their retail value.
CDs containing copies of the top 100 albums for September – with a retail value of more than £1,000 – were on offer for just £5.
Officers said many of the items had poor quality, photocopied packaging with no printing on the discs.
Instead CDs had descriptions written on them in black marker pen.
It is thought the music, games and software was a combination of illegal downloads and copies.
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