Authorities say a routine commercial vehicle inspection in Wyoming has turned up about $5.7 million worth of counterfeit handbags, jackets and shoes.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol said in a news release Tuesday the merchandise was seized Monday evening during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 just west of Cheyenne. The tractor-trailer contained 18 pallets of fake Louis Vuitton handbags and leather jackets, as well as fake Nike tennis shoes.

The patrol says the trooper who stopped the semi noticed it didn't have the proper shipping documents, and the merchandise was turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Provo, Utah-based Natural Trends, a supplier of health and wellness products, announced new sales representation in the western U.S.  Newcastle, Washington-based sales firm Incentives West will represent Natural Trends in California, Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, Montana, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, Wyoming, Alaska and Hawaii.

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