If Gucci and Louis Vitton are sold out in your next visit to a South Florida flea market, chances are, it wasn't customers who took all the goods.
It was the feds.
Agents seized nearly $400,000 in counterfeit products from two popular Miami-Dade flea markets last week, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced Wednesday.
The raids were conducted at the Homestead Bargain Town Flea Market and the Opa Locka/Hialeah Flea Market on Aug. 22 and Aug. 23, with over 28,000 items being pulled off shelves.
No one was arrested in the dragnet but vendors lost a huge amount of fake merchandise.