Bridgeport police make bootlegging bust

Bridgeport police say they've busted a store owner who was illegally bootlegging DVDs.Police say they discovered the illegal merchandise during a raid last week at

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport police say they've busted a store owner who was illegally bootlegging DVDs.

Police say they discovered the illegal merchandise during a raid last week at George's Grocery on 2509 Main St.

Officers say the owner, Ramez Lahham, set up a dubbing station in the store.

They say they seized over 1,000 bootleg movies and albums.

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