4 arrested for selling fake luxury goods worth $77,000 at Far East Plaza

Three women and one man were arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit luxury goods during simultaneous raids by the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) at four retail outlets along Scotts Road on Sunday (May 27), said the police in an official statement.

The suspects are aged between 25 and 48 years old.

More than 600 pieces of trademark infringing goods including footwear, apparels, bags, caps and accessories were seized during the operation.

The items are valued at an estimated $77,000, and investigations against the four suspects are ongoing.

The police also reminded the public that it takes a serious view against intellectual property right (IPR) infringement, and will not hesitate to take action against offenders.

Anyone convicted for the sale or distribution of counterfeit goods may be fined up to $100,000, jailed up to five years, or both. 

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