We are talkin’ about some “hot stuff!”
New York City cops say they nabbed more than $10 million in “high-end” counterfeit goods Monday in a crackdown on illegal street vendors in Lower Manhattan.
According to the New York Post, the NYPD’s sweep of knock-off purses, sneakers and other illicit goods on Canal Street led to 17 total arrests, with the rogue vendors facing a top charge of trademark counterfeiting property over $1,000.
Officials say they seized over three truckloads of merchandise during yesterday’s sidewalk crackdown!
Photos courtesy of the New York Post