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WWD reports that authorities recently seized $30 million worth of counterfeit goods from two Bay State flea markets, arresting 42 people in the "largest counterfeit bust in the Boston area's history." On May 17, more than a dozen vehicles and three tractor trailers worth of apparel, shoes, and handbags (including fake Michael Kors, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Coach, Ugg, and Nike) were taken from the Don Flea Market and the Lawrence Flea Market & Auction House, both in Lawrence, MA.
· Major Counterfeit Bust Near Boston [WWD]