Four companies were raided last Tuesday in a police operation against counterfeit products, with $ 1.03 million of items seized, police said on Friday night.
A 53-year-old man was arrested because of his presumed involvement with the police. sale of counterfeit computer parts and accessories.
Two other men aged 35 and 36 give assistance with examinations.
Officers of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) simultaneously challenged four stores in a mall on Rochor Canal Road, resulting in the arrest.
The Sunday Times understands that the four stores are located at Sim Lim Square.
Approximately 6,000 pieces of infringing commodities such as laptop power adapters, batteries, LCD screens, power supply units, cables and earphones were seized. According to police, these items had a total estimated street value of $ 1.03 million.
Anyone found guilty of selling or distributing goods with misapplicable trademarks can be fined up to $ 100,000 and up to five years in prison.
CID director and deputy police commissioner (research and intelligence) Florence Chua said in a statement: "The police take a serious look at intellectual property rights (IP) and will not hesitate to take action against perpetrators who show blatant contempt for our IP rights laws and the costs of legitimate companies. "
Toh Ting Wei