Four Marbella fakers arrested


FOUR people in Marbella have been arrested by the National Police for allegedly selling counterfeit items.

The goods, which sold for between €60 and €90, were sold in shops in the tourist areas, one in the centre of Marbella, and the other in the commercial district of Puerto Banus.

Police seized 1,400 fake items, whose retails value was €220,000, saying the items, “caused a loss both to big companies and consumers.”

The four have now been arrested for crimes against industrial property and fraud.

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