Law enforcement authorities found counterfeit items at the Farmers Market Flea Market in Lexington, N.C., this week – the third time in as many years that officials have seized illegal merchandise in that area. Statewide, officials say fake merchandise can be trafficked across state lines and shipped from overseas. At times, the shipments of illegal merchandise have come in by the tractor trailer truckload to North Carolina.
Law enforcement authorities found counterfeit items at the Farmers Market Flea Market in Lexington, N.C., this week – the third time in as many years that officials have seized illegal merchandise in that area. Statewide, officials say fake merchandise can be trafficked across state lines and shipped from overseas. At times, the shipments of illegal merchandise have come in by the tractor trailer truckload to North Carolina.
Law enforcement authorities found counterfeit items at the Farmers Market Flea Market in Lexington, N.C., this week – the third time in as many years that officials have seized illegal merchandise in that area. Statewide, officials say fake merchandise can be trafficked across state lines and shipped from overseas. At times, the shipments of illegal merchandise have come in by the tractor trailer truckload to North Carolina.

Gucci belts, Lacoste shirts: An NC flea market sold them, but agents say they were fake

June 15, 2017 06:09 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2017 06:10 PM

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