Fake watch gang busted in Dubai

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Around 30,000 counterfeit watches have been seized in Dubai.

In a series of Tweets, the Dubai Police revealed how the gang was arrested within 60 minutes of receiving the tip-off.

Officials confiscated items worth AED1.2 billion found in two apartments in Naif. 

Residents have been urged to cooperate with police officers by reporting such incidents which undermine the country's security and economy. 

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