DUNDALK, Md. - Baltimore County police have shut down a Dundalk flea market that detectives say was selling counterfeit movies, music and other merchandise.
Police on Saturday served search warrants on about 16 vendors at the Plaza Flea Market after receiving complaints about counterfeit goods being sold there.
Police say the vendors sold to undercover detectives counterfeit brand names such as Nike, Apple, North Face and Timberland.
Trademark experts will evaluate the seized goods, and charges are pending against vendors.
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