A residence in Cheshire was raided by police investigating fraudulent Champions League final tickets.
Merseyside Police said they recovered suspected bogus tickets, as well as a computer and a mobile phone, at a property in Winsford.
It came after concerns that fraudulent tickets for Saturday’s final between Liverpool and Real Madrid were being peddled.
According to the force, a guy, 37, would voluntarily appear for interrogation on fraud charges at a later date.
Detectives advised spectators to buy tickets only from “authentic, reputable, and approved websites” and to be wary of “fake ticket websites run by criminals.”
“I know a lot of Liverpool supporters are anxious to get their hands on final tickets, but if you didn’t win one in the poll, please don’t be deceived by offers that seem too good to be true,” said Ch Insp Andy Rankine.