13/09/2019

Five Arrested At Belfast International Airport

Five people have been arrested at Belfast International Airport on suspicion of importing counterfeit goods.

Detectives from the PSNI's Paramilitary Crime Task Force along with Border Force and HMRC detained a woman aged 49, two men aged 23 and two aged 55 and 29 earlier today, Friday 13 September.
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The group were arrested on suspicion of offences related to the importation and possession of counterfeit goods.

All five are assisting police with their enquiries at Antrim Police Station.



(JG/CM)

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