Sydney police seize $300,000 counterfeit jewellery

Police have seized counterfeit jewellery, worth an estimated $300,000 if sold as genuine items, from a jewellery store in the Westfield Hurstville Shopping Centre.
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Sydney police have seized counterfeit jewellery, worth an estimated $300,000 if sold as genuine items, from a jewellery store in the Westfield Hurstville Shopping Centre.
 
The police found 172 pieces of allegedly counterfeit jewellery on display in the store and a further 1017 items of allegedly fake jewellery in a storage area during a raid on Thursday morning.
 
According to the police, the jewellery seized mimicked brand names of “high-range, quality goods” such as Tiffany’s.
 
The store’s 34-year-old owner is expected to be charged for breaching the Trade Marks Act 1995 with the possession, display and sale of the jewellery.
 
Anyone with information about the sale of counterfeit jewellery can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
 
* Pictured above is some of the seized jewellery.

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