Gardaí seize €500k of counterfeit clothes in Louth

Gardaí seize €500k of counterfeit clothes in Louth
Some of the counterfeit goods seized yesterday. Pic: Garda Press Office

Gardaí in Co. Louth have seized around half a million euro worth of counterfeit clothing.

Officers raided a house on Bridge Street in Ardee yesterday afternoon under a Section 25 of the Trades Mark Act, 1996.

They found a substantial amount of clothes with brands such as Adidas, Calvin Klein, Hugo Boss and Ralph Lauren, worth around €500,000.

Some documentation and a large amount of packaging for the resale of the clothing was also seized.

Some of the counterfeit goods seized yesterday. Pic: Garda Press Office
Some of the counterfeit goods seized yesterday. Pic: Garda Press Office

No arrests were made during the search and investigations are ongoing.

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