3 men accused of selling counterfeit clothes
May 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- Three men are due in bond court Saturday on charges they sold counterfeit clothes.
Firas Sulieman, Mohamed Kattab and Mohamed Ramadan worked at the A-B-C Urban Wireless store in south suburban Sauk Village.
Sauk Village detectives seized more than 400 items from the store.
They say the items had brand names such as Luis Vuitton and Gucci, but were all counterfeit.
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