Police have arrested two men and two women, aged between 28 and 49, for selling counterfeit luxury and sports items.
The four suspects were nabbed in a six-hour operation conducted on Wed (Aug 23), said a police statement.
Officers from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) conducted simultaneous raids at three retail outlets in a shopping mall along Orchard Road and a residential unit at Bukit Timah, resulting in the arrests.
AsiaOne understands that the mall in question is Lucky Plaza.
During the operation, more than 1,700 pieces of trademark-infringing shoes, clothes, bags, wallets, watches, belts and other accessories were seized.
The goods, which bore the trademarks of various designer and sports brands, have an estimated street value of about $51,000, according to the statement.
Investigations against the suspects are ongoing.
Those found guilty of selling or distributing goods with falsely applied trademark may be fined up to a maximum of $100,000, or be jalied up to five years, or both.