Multi-million pound Strangeways counterfeiting shops closed down

The shops closed by the city council
A group of shops in the Strangeways area which were being used to sell counterfeit goods have been shut down by Manchester City Council officers. The council obtained a Premises Closure Order to put an end to ongoing anti-social and criminal behaviour associated with the shops, at 1-7 Harris Street. Officers have secured the premises and access is now prohibited, at all times and in all circumstances. The defendant in the case, Dharminder Singh Kasbia, was also ordered to pay legal costs of £11,197.50. The order follows a... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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