On Tuesday, Netherlands police raided an Amsterdam home finding, amongst other things, a slew of stolen DJ equipment like CDJs and Pioneer mixers.

The theft, perpetrated by a Dutch couple, yielded thousands of Euros worth of stolen DJ equipment, that was traced back to thefts in Belgium. Additionally, items like laptops, mobile phones, Apple products, cameras, professional sound and lighting equipment, a professional printer, a 3D printer and external hard drives, were also found in the raid.

As the majority of the equipment was found to be stolen from locations throughout the Netherlands and Belgium, perhaps the serial number removing tool may be the most incriminating.

The couple will be arraigned on Friday at the magistrate. Hopefully the couple learned a few DJ techniques with all the bounty because after all this, the added gigging money should surely be welcome.

Source: at5