By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 February 2016 • 11:46
Street sellers with counterfeit goods.
DURING a routine check of vehicles by the Local Police near the municipal market in Puerto Banus, two individuals who are thought to be Senegalese were interviewed and were unable to provide documentation when asked.
The officers then searched their vehicle and found more than 500 different items including the usual suspects, sunglasses, watches, bags, scarves, purses, belts and hats, all of which it was assumed were counterfeit.
The two men were later handed over to officers of the National Police in Marbella so that their origin could be checked, as it was suspected that they are illegal immigrants whilst their large vehicle and merchandise have been seized and are being stored in a municipal building.
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No kidding! News flash: The local authorities might be realising whats going on…. 😉 Catching these people with counterfeit goods in their car… how many years have the people from the same country been selling their counterfeit wares in front of everyones faces on every sea front along the coast? The police in Puerto Banus arrest them for counterfeit good in the boot of their car! Speechless beyond this 😉
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