Police raided a Catherine clothing store in the northern Israeli town of Negev on Tuesday night and confiscated nearly 400 pairs of casual pants, hooded sweatshirts, and hooded sweatpants, all purchased in Israel, the Jerusalem Post reported.
The shopkeeper, who has not been named, was not immediately available for comment.
The store owner, who is a member of the local community, was also not immediately identified.
Police are still investigating the incident.
The Jerusalem Post noted that Israeli police have seized clothing in the past that were labeled as “Made in Israel.”
The article noted that the items were sold at Catherin stores and that they had not been marked with the Israeli brand number.
Catherines spokeswoman, Shulamit, confirmed that the shop owner was among those arrested and that her store had also been raided.CATHERIN’S PRIVATE COOKING CHEMICALS CATHERIN CATHERINE COILUP: Catherins products are produced by the company, which produces Catherinian’s hair dye and hair care products, as well as its body-care products.
It was not clear when the shop had purchased the clothing.CATALOGUE: In the wake of the Jerusalem attacks, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said Israel will “make sure the products we are producing for our people are safe,” The Jerusalem Times reported.