PIPCU arrest Liverpool man in Top 40 music leak investigation

Coral Williamson

Detectives from the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) have arrested a Liverpool man on suspicion of illegally distributing the UK Top 40 music singles on the internet.

In a joint investigation with the PRS for Music, the City of London Police unit, supported by officers from Merseyside Police, arrested the 38-year-old at his home in Everton this morning (Thursday, September 3) before taking him to a local police station for questioning.

The suspect is believed to be involved in distributing ...

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