Here and Now Toronto | Sep 18, 2013 | 6:14

Fashion Crimes: Profiting From Stealing Luxury Goods

One hundred thousand dollars worth of handbags and other merchandise was stolen overnight from the Prada store in Yorkville. Robert Ott is the chair of the school of fashion at Ryerson University. He discussed who fuels the demand for these crimes.

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