If you are looking for that $20 Coach bag or that $15 pair of Gucci sunglasses, you might have to wait a while for your shipment to come in.
That's because the latest supply of fake goods was intercepted by the feds at the Miami Seaport.
Agents seized more than $5.2 million in designer frauds at the Miami Seaport that would have likely landed on store shelves or out of the back of some peddler's trunk.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials have not announced any arrests in association with the large shipment of counterfeit belts, sunglasses and other items, but the shipment came from China and was likely headed to central Florida.
Agents found 92 cartons worth of merchandise waiting for loading in crates.