Man arrested as more than £1m of anti-virus software is seized at Doncaster caravan site

A man was arrested as police seized more than £1 million worth of anti-virus software, which is believed to have been stolen, from a caravan site in Doncaster.

Tuesday, 28th January 2020, 9:44 am
Updated Wednesday, 29th January 2020, 10:39 am

South Yorkshire Police said officers joined Doncaster Council in carrying out an inspection at the site yesterday, Monday, January 27.

They recovered nearly 900 boxes of McAfee anti-virus software, each of which contained 20 items which are only sold in Curry’s/PC World and have a retail value of £79.99.

Officers also seized stolen televisions and some severed catalytic converters which are also believed to have been stolen.

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Police said they recovered more than £1m worth of anti-virus software, which is believed to have been stolen, from the caravan site in Doncaster

A 29-year-old man was arrested in connection with an alleged burglary in Humberside.

Police said they were not able to reveal the location of the caravan site in question, and Doncaster Council has yet to respond.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.