Johannesburg Metro Police Department and police collaborated to conduct a operation which lead to the confiscation of counterfeit goods worth millions.
According to the saps news report, police collaborated with the Johannesburg Metro Police Department to conduct a Multi-disciplinary operation after receiving information about buildings which are owned by foreign national men that are storing counterfeit goods in Johannesburg CBD.
The raid was conducted earlier today 1 October 2021 and it led to the successful seizure of counterfeit goods which consist of local and international brands of sneakers and clothes, the total value of the counterfeit goods that were confiscated are estimated to the value of R24.5 million.
The confiscated goods will be disposed at an undisclosed location, police are still continuing to work hard to arrest more people who are selling counterfeit goods, these people are the reason why a lot of local clothing brands go out of business.
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