Police lay charges after thousands of alleged fake goods seized from Pacific Mall
Probe began in April last year and 30 officers raided 7 businesses in June
Police say they've charged eight people and seized thousands of alleged fake goods sold at a Toronto-area mall.
They say the probe began in April last year, and in late June more than 30 officers raided seven businesses inside the mall and one store owner's home.
Those companies alleged the majority of goods were counterfeit.
York police say the Department of Homeland Security, Canada Border Services Agency and the New York Police Department helped with the investigation.