LAREDO (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Federal agents in South Texas have seized nearly 80,000 bogus-label clothing, electronics and other items at a public storage facility in an estimated $16 million counterfeit cargo bust.

Investigators with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say the trademark-infringed merchandise was shipped from China to an international cargo terminal in Laredo.

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Authorities on Monday said no one has been arrested in the investigation of items with fake tags representing Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, Apple, Samsung and Sony.

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Agents began surveillance on a storage facility May 17. Not only did officers observe people transferring boxes from the storage unit to vehicles with Mexican license plates, but they also witnesses the arrival of a large box truck loaded with suspected trademark infringed merchandise.

Authorities confiscated 275 boxes that displayed bogus recipients and addresses in Laredo.

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