News 18.7.2017 09:16 am

Four arrested in counterfeit goods bust

Some of the confiscated counterfeit goods included fake branded t-shirts, bags etc. Picture: Marshall Security

Some of the confiscated counterfeit goods included fake branded t-shirts, bags etc. Picture: Marshall Security

Machines used to make the prints on fake branded T-shirts were also seized.

Four men were arrested by members of Marshall Security for being in possession of an estimated R10 million in counterfeit goods in KwaZulu-Natal, Northglen News reports.

The bust occurred on Monday night in Glen Anil confirmed the company’s Kyle van Reenen.

Members of the Greenwood Parks police and the intelligence unit were also present to effect the arrest.

READ MORE: VIDEO: R700k in counterfeit goods seized in Limpopo raid

Package recovered

Package recovered

“All four men are believed to be foreign nationals. A Marshall Security guard saw the men loading goods into a white bakkie from an office space on Old North Coast Road.

“The intelligence unit then sealed the unit up where shirts,bags track suits and shorts to the street value of 10 million rand were recovered. Machines used to make the prints on the shirts were also seized,” Van Reenen said.

READ MORE:

VIDEO: R700k in counterfeit goods seized in Limpopo raid

 Caxton News Service

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