"Profits from counterfeit goods fund a range of other criminal activity and wherever possible, we will look to stem the cash flow for serious and organised crime groups.
"The recovery of these items means several thousand pounds in cash will not line the pockets of criminals and we are grateful for the assistance and support of our colleagues at Trading Standards during this investigation."
More top news
As February nears its end - snow and ice are going to be a feature.
New figures show that Sellafield Ltd. has the second highest business rate bill in the country, at £32million in 2015/16.
29-year-old Miklos Verebes is charged with murdering young Carlisle mother, Melinda Korosi, on Thursday 15 September 2016