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Haul of counterfeit clothing seized in raid on Dunston home
15 Oct 2013 10:46
A haul of knock-off designer gear and drugs were seized in a raid on a Tyneside home
Haul of counterfeit clothing seized in a raid by police and officers at Gateshead Trading Standards department
A haul of knock-off designer gear and drugs were seized in a raid on a Tyneside home.watches More than 300 items of counterfeit clothing and accessories were found in a sting by trading standards officers in Gateshead.wholesale watches Following sales through social networking sites, officers stormed a house in Dunston and found the fake designer goods.watches The haul, all later found to be counterfeit, included items from Ugg, Adidas, Nike, Superdry, Hugo Boss, and North Face, which could have a re-sale value of thousands of pounds.buy watches Drugs and a large quantity of cash were also detained. The man at the address was arrested by Northumbria Police.watches Chair of the Tyne and Wear Trading Standards Joint Committee, Coun Kevin Dodds said: “The sheer quantity of clothing found at a single residential address is staggering. It took our officers over three hours to collect all of the items into evidence bags.“Selling counterfeit clothes is not a victimless crime. The genuine producers of clothing employ thousands of people across the world and these fake goods have an impact on them. At the same time, this counterfeit clothing will almost certainly have been imported and sold without any form of tax being paid.”In total, 26 large evidence bags of T-shirts, jeans, shoes, bags, towels and perfume following the raid carried out by Northumbria Police and Trading Standards officers from Gateshead Council.The seller of the fake goods was tracked down after using social networking sites to sell the clothes. The items were found stuffed into drawers, cupboards and wardrobes.
 
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