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Officials with the California Highway Patrol seized more than $203,000 worth of stolen Lululemon leggings in an Orange County apartment, authorities said.

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In a news release, the highway patrol said that investigators with the agency’s Border Division’s Organized Retail Crime Task Force were alerted to three large boxes with stolen goods shipped from Ohio to an apartment complex in La Habra earlier this month.

Investigators intercepted the boxes and delivered the boxes to the address, The Orange County Register reported. Investigators observed several similar boxes and obtained a search warrant, according to the newspaper.

On June 6, investigators discovered 16 boxes inside the apartment, each filled with stolen Lululemon leggings, the Los Angeles Times reported. In its news release, the CHP said there were 1,861 stolen items seized. After an inventory, the retail value of the leggings was $203,688.

The merchandise was stolen from several locations, including stores in Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin, according to the Register.

Lululemon representatives said it was the largest recovery of stolen items in the company’s history, the CHP news release stated. It was unclear how many people were in the apartment when authorities served the search warrant, according to the Register. According to the CHP, the residents at the apartment told officers they did not know what was contained in the boxes.

It is unclear whether anyone has been detained or arrested, KTLA-TV reported. Authorities said the investigation is ongoing.