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“In this case, the defendants allegedly used tractor trailers to haul away several pallets of designer clothes, hand bags, sneakers, shoes, sunglasses and other accessories,” Katz said.
Investigators said the merchandise totaled more than $6 million.READ MORE: Road To Reopening: New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Allowed To Reopen At 33% Capacity Beginning April 2
All of the suspects face charges of grand larceny and criminal possession of property.
Three suspects were identified as former airport workers.
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