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A Coventry baker had his finger in another pie – stashing thousands of packs of pirate cigarettes and tobacco destined for sale to the public at his home.
A Woodford Green man who masterminded a counterfeit ID factory and carried out a £1 million online fraud has been jailed along with his accomplices.
A gang of four people who travelled around North Wales conning small businesses - including a charity shop - with counterfeit cash have been locked up.
A Penkridge man has been ordered to pay over £567,000 after selling counterfeit DVDs on eBay.
Counterfeit goods can often pose a real risk to human safety and they always have a negative effect on genuine businesses
The RAVN robot helped analyse 30 million documents in the SFO's Rolls-Royce case, saving 80% from the cost of a manual review
A Hove man has been given a suspended prison sentence after he admitted smuggling hundreds of thousands of counterfeit cigarettes.
From late 2015 to June 2017, officers unravelled the wide-scale manufacture and distribution of counterfeit documents by a London and Midlands gang who created the fake IDs to help immigration offenders live illegally in the UK.
The growing concern of counterfeit toys is seen as a key factor contributing to the decrease of UK toy sales.
A Shrewsbury shopkeeper who hid counterfeit cigarettes in a hidden compartment in his store has been given two suspended prison sentences.
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