Shop that sold fake tobacco from ‘elaborate’ remote-controlled hiding places to be reviewed



A Shop which sold counterfeit tobacco from “elaborate” remote-controlled hiding places is to undergo a licensing review this week.
New Market Aro on Featherstone’s Station Lane has been heavily criticised by West Yorkshire Trading Standards and police for its conduct in the past four years.
This includes officers finding secret stashes of illegal cigarettes and tobacco and age-related products being sold to children.
In May last year a hydraulic compartment was found within the wall above a door between the store room and toilet, which was opened using a remote-controlled fob. It lowered... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
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