ITALY: Fake Designer Clothing Seized In Raids
By just-style.com | 12 April 2002
Up to $1.7 million worth of fake designer clothing has been seized by police and six people arrested during a series of raids in northern Italy. Officers said they had found 54,000 items of clothing, ranging from jeans and shirts to coats, jackets, T-shirts and scarfs, in several warehouses near Milan.
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