Trading standards bosses have warned people selling counterfeit goods to beware after seizing fake clothing and cigarettes worth £12,000 in Dundee.
Trading Standards Scotland (TSS) worked with council officers and police to execute a warrant at an address in the city.
They recovered £12,000 of counterfeit clothing and tobacco, as well as £2,000 in cash, in one of several operations carried out across Scotland.
TSS seized fake goods worth a total of £55,000 from rogue traders.
Chief officer Fiona Richardson said counterfeit items deprive legitimate businesses of revenue and can often fund organised crime.
She added: “If you are involved in this trade then I would urge you to stop now.
“You will be caught and the consequences will be far-reaching.”