State police seize counterfeit Apple products at Arundel outlets

August 29, 2013|By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun

Maryland State Police warn: beware of fake Apples.

In a raid last week at Arundel Mills in Hanover, police confiscated hundreds of counterfeit Apple products being sold at the Cyberion store and the ST Tech Pros kiosk, according to state police.

The haul, valued at more than $89,000, included bogus iPhones and parts, iPad replacement screens and fake Apple product ID stickers.

Police are warning consumers to beware of what they're buying, and will present the results of their investigation to the Anne Arundel County State's Attorney for consideration of possible charges in the case.

So far, no one's been arrested in the case, which police had been pursuing for seven months leading up to the raid on Aug. 23.

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