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Investigators: Counterfeit DVDs seized from Raleigh business

Posted June 23, 2010

— Investigators with the North Carolina Department of the Secretary of State raided a Raleigh business Wednesday after receiving a Crime Stoppers tip that counterfeit DVDs were being sold there.

According to a search warrant, investigators seized 416 DVDs, 345 video games and a number of other media items capable of storing information from the Naked Swirl business at 14460 New Falls of Neuse Road.

Investigators did not say what the value of the items taken was but that they were in violation of the state's counterfeit trademark laws.

No arrests were made Wednesday.


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  • Jeremiah Jun 24, 2010

    Why does a yogurt place have dvd's and video games?

  • CherryDarling Jun 24, 2010

    Justin T - LOL!!!

  • didisaythat Jun 24, 2010

    what shop was this?

  • Justin T. Jun 24, 2010

    The "Hert Lockur" and "Avuhtarr" titles hand written on blank Wal Mart DVD cases may have tipped off authorities.