Fifteen arrested Fuengirola Mijas 20,000 counterfeit products confiscated

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Fifteen people have been arrested for selling counterfeit products in the municipalities of Fuengirola and Mijas, in Malaga.

As reported on Tuesday, July 12, the Malaga National Police seized more than 19,500 fake IDs as part of “Operation Madreselva” in the municipalities of Fuengirola and Mijas of Malaga. A total of 15 people have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a copyright infringement crime.

Among those investigated are two traders based in Mijas Costa who sold these products to retailers in the province. Items confiscated included bags, bathing suits and T-shirts, all of which were emblazoned with the logos of well-known brands without authorization.

The investigation began after a complaint from a representative of several well-known brands. By the beginning of the summer, an increase in these counterfeit goods had been noted.

In the course of the investigation, the police officers managed to confiscate a total of 77 parcels, each parcel containing around 30 kilos of counterfeit effects. According to the investigation, the goods were addressed to two traders based in Mijas-Costa, who sold them to retailers in the province of Malaga.

In the first phase of their operation, the police seized 16,000 counterfeit effects that reproduced the registered designs of well-known brands without authorization. Likewise, two men, aged 35 and 36, have been arrested for their alleged involvement in a copyright infringement crime.

The police operation culminated on July 3 with an inspection of the Sunday market in Fuengirola. More than 3,000 counterfeit products were confiscated and 13 people arrested for alleged involvement in the sale of the goods, reported malagahoy.es.

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