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SPOKANE - Federal prosecutors have arranged to sell millions of untaxed cigarettes taken during raids on Indian smoke shops in Washington and Idaho, a newspaper reports.
The 1.6 million packs, totaling 32 million cigarettes, were confiscated in May. The U.S. Attorney's Office in Spokane earlier this month obtained permission to sell 1 million packs on the wholesale market, The Seattle Times reported Tuesday.
The profits will go into a trust account until the forfeiture case is completed.