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Fake Jets jerseys nabbed

The RCMP have made the first save for the Winnipeg Jets.

Federal RCMP officers and Canada border services agents have seized a shipment of counterfeit Winnipeg Jets jerseys.

Forty jerseys, complete with the new logo and shoulder flashes were seized estimated to be worth approximately $12,000, police said Wednesday.

RCMP are cautioning the public to make sure they are purchasing their team products through authorized dealers.

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The RCMP have made the first save for the Winnipeg Jets.

Federal RCMP officers and Canada border services agents have seized a shipment of counterfeit Winnipeg Jets jerseys.

Forty jerseys, complete with the new logo and shoulder flashes were seized estimated to be worth approximately $12,000, police said Wednesday.

RCMP are cautioning the public to make sure they are purchasing their team products through authorized dealers.

Police are considering laying charges under the Copyright Act and the Trademark and Textile act.

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