Hong Kong Customs seizes about 2,300 items of counterfeit goods in Mong Kok worth HK$300,000

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7th December 2022 – (Hong Kong)  Hong Kong Customs today conducted a special operation in Mong Kok to combat the sale of counterfeit goods and seized about 2,300 items of suspected counterfeit goods with an estimated market value of about HK$300,000.

 Customs earlier conducted patrols and discovered some hawker stalls selling suspected counterfeit goods in Mong Kok. After an in-depth investigation with the assistance of trademark owners, Customs officers took enforcement action today and raided a number of fixed-pitch and mobile hawker stalls, and one counterfeit goods storage centre on Tung Choi Street. A batch of suspected counterfeit goods, including handbags, leather products and mobile phone accessories, was seized.

 During the operation, a 52-year-old woman was arrested.

An investigation is ongoing.

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