NEW YORK — Law enforcement officials said last week that a nine-month undercover investigation into the sales of fake Tiffany jewelry and accessories led to the arrests of three alleged counterfeiters and the seizure of merchandise valued at well over $2.6 million.
In raids last Thursday at three stores in and around Canal Street, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, working in conjunction with the United States attorney’s office in Brooklyn, seized 6,900 pieces of counterfeit Tiffany jewelry, including knockoffs of some of the jewelry retailer’s best-known jewelry designs and even the company’s famed tiny blue box packaging.
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