WASHINGTON — U.S. Customs & Border Protection said it has seized a shipment of fake sunglasses from China worth an estimated $1.8 million at retail.
The agency said it took possession of 8,620 pairs of sunglasses in a May 19 action in Los Angeles that bore fake Chanel, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Ray-Ban and Ed Hardy trademarks. The shipment also included 15,372 fake Lacoste Alligator sunglass ornaments.The counterfeit items arrived at Los Angeles International Airport in an air shipment, Customs said.
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