US: Detroit police raid counterfeit stores - report
Police in Detroit have seized around US$800,000 worth of counterfeit clothing at shops suspected due to their low prices, reports local media.
According to The Detroit News, police raided Dress for Less and the Hip-Hop Connection in the Seven Mile and Gratiot area of the city earlier in the week.
Officers reportedly seized fake versions of Gucci, Coach and Polo, which they told the newspaper was imported from China.
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