Customs officers this week seized 14,000 pirated film disks in two separate raids, a spokesman said on Thursday. Officers earlier on Thursday smashed an apparently family-run disk replicating workshop in a residential unit in Sham Shui Po. They seized about 10,000 pirated film disks and 13 sets of computers - each with five to seven CD-writers. The confiscated goods were worth about $350,000. A family of four - a couple and two sons - aged between 18 and 54 were arrested, the spokesman said. In a separate operation on Monday, customs officers arrested a 44-year-old man suspected of selling pirated disks at an internet auction site. The spokesman said officers began investigations after receiving a complaint. An internet service provider helped customs officers trace the location of the set of computers in question, he said. The man was arrested when he was about to pass a batch of disks to undercover officers near an MTR station in Kwai Chung. Officers seized 4,000 pirated DVDs and VCDs of Western films and Japanese cartoons in a residential unit in Tsuen Wan and an office in Kowloon Bay. The disks were worth about $100,000, the spokesman said.