SINGAPORE — Three men were arrested last Friday (Dec 4) for their suspected involvement in importing counterfeit electronic goods, said the police and Singapore Customs in a press release today.

The trio, aged between 27 and 40, were arrested during a raid on a storage premise at Serangoon North Avenue 4, where more than 243,000 trademark-infringing goods such as hard disk drives, mobile phones and accessories, memory cards and computer software product keys, were also seized by the police.

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