USA: Police Raid Nets Fake Clothing Worth $550,000
Fake designer clothing valued at more than $550,000 has been seized and several people arrested in connection with a police raid on a storage facility in Connecticut. Officers swooped on the West Haven warehouse and confiscated a trailer load of counterfeit clothing and brand-name tags as part of a probation probe. Police also arrested eight people in New York.
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