Members of Lebanon's Internal Security Forces. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
TRIPOLI, Lebanon: The Internal Security Forces in Tripoli confiscated Monday 52 boxes of counterfeit cleaning products, acidic material and trademarked product boxes.
The items were confiscated from the Beddawi residence of M.B., a Syrian national, according to a statement issued by the ISF Tuesday. An investigation is currently underway by the police and the relevant judiciary.
M.B., now a fugitive, was born in 1959, according the statement.
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