The latest haul of stolen goods seized by Toronto Police is so big, authorities had to use the gymnasium at the Toronto Police College in Etobicoke to show it all off.
Roughly $390,000 of recovered items were on display on Wednesday morning.
It included over $300,000 worth of clothing and more than $90,000 in personal items, like designer cologne, toothpaste, and razor cartridges.
Police call it one of the largest investigations of its kind in North America.
A man and woman are charged.
48-year old Thi Loc Doan and 50-year old The Hoc Long are both accsued of Possession of Property Obtained by Crime Over $5,000 and Possession of Stolen Goods for the Purpose of Trafficking Over $5,000.
Allegations are the operation to have hit more than a dozen malls across south-western Ontario; sometimes up to 8 in one day.
Authorities say the goods were sold at a home in the Jane Street and Sheppard Avenue area, with tags still attached to the products.
One suspect is still on the run.
This is a developing story - check back for updates...
(with files from James Moore)