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Three men accused of selling counterfeit Nike shoes at two Zion convenience stores were arrested this week, police said.

Working undercover on Tuesday, Zion police bought a pair of counterfeit shoes at balenciaga sale both Westside Food and Meat Mart, 4200 Illinois Highway 173, and ShopRite, 2264 Sheridan Rd., Zion Police Det. Jay LaBonne said.

Investigators later recovered 301 pairs of counterfeit shoes; 161 were stored in a cooler and a bathroom at Westside Food and Meat Mart, and 140 were behind the counter and in a storage room at ShopRite, La Bonne said.balenciaga black The shoes, valued at $20,000, were mostly counterfeit Nike Air Force 1's and Air Jordans, had some form of a Nike logo on them and were packaged in Nike boxes, he said.

The owner of both businesses, Mustafa Naji, 38, of the 10000 block of S. Interlochen Drive, Palos Hills, balenciaga sneakers men was charged with unlawful use and possession of a trademark with intent to sell. Naji's brother, Hani Mayyad, 43, of the same address in Palos Hills, a clerk at Westside Food and Meat Mart; and Prameshkumar Desai, 44, balenciaga arena high of the 4200 block of Bennett Ave., Gurnee, a clerk at ShopRite, were charged with unlawful sales of a trademark.

Police were tipped off about two weeks ago by private investigators hired by Nike Corp., La Bonne said.

Police are not sure whether the shoes in Zion are connected to Chukwuemeka Ebelechukwu, balenciaga arena black who was arrested Monday for allegedly having 13,725 pairs of counterfeit Nikes at a store in the 9000 block of South Commercial Avenue, Chicago.

Naji told police he got his shoes from a man in Chicago, Zion Police Lt. Dwight Ower said.

Naji could not be reached for comment Wednesday. balenciaga arena sneakers Desai said the shoes were kept behind a counter at ShopRite, that he has been selling them for months, did not know they were counterfeit and was just doing his job.

"It's no big deal," he said on the phone while working at ShopRite on Wednesday. "I don't sell weed; I don't sell crack; I don't sell drugs. It's just shoes."

All three men were released on bail Tuesday and are expected to appear in Lake County Circuit black high top shoes Court for arraignment April 25.