Portal, ND - Customs and Border Protection officers intercepted more than 120-thousand dollars worth of merchandise in a rail car at the Portal Port of Entry recently.
The merchandise was not TVs or cell phones or clothing - but duck decoys.
CBP reports officers inspected the rail container and discovered more than 12-hundred duck decoys that violated international property rights regulations.
The decoys were in boxes labeled "Lucky Duck" that promised motorized, spinning decoys.
A company official tells KX News the problem at the border was that chargers with the decoys did not carry the required U-L certification label.
Ricky Hart of Lucky Duck says he expects the merchandise to be released from customs soon.
They were seized in September.