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Charity gets counterfeit seized goods

ugg MORE THAN £300,000 worth of seized goods are to be donated to a city charity.

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ugg Police Scotland will hand over the counterfeit clothing, including fake UGG boots, tracksuits and T-shirts, to Glasgow The Caring City.

ugg The phoney products, worth an estimated £315,000, were grabbed by officers during raids on stalls at the Barras market between 2009 and 2010.

ugg Inspector David Pettigrew of London Road Police Office, said: "Rather than destroying the clothing, we thought it would make more sense that a local charity benefit from the donation."

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