A huge long-haul shipment was stolen from the target of Safeway company, Walgreens and woMart --Enough to fill up 20 tractorsTrailer--Authorities said on Friday that eight people were found in the Hayward warehouse facing federal charges of selling goods.Infant formula, vitamin, excessthe-Counter medicines and sanitary products are one of the items allegedly trafficked by eight people who work at the Rosemont wholesale warehouse in Hayward Diablo Avenue and two convenience stores in East Auckland International Drive.Six suspects appeared in the United States.S.On Friday, a day after their arrest in East Bay, the Oakland district court.Looking for the other two.All eight defendants were charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and conspiracy to sell stolen goods through the Internet and local shops for interstate transportation.Among those arrested were the 37-year-old leader, Hassan Swayd, suspected to be president and boss of Hayward Rosemont wholesale, who allegedly resold items in Hayward.Swage said Friday in his Hayward warehouse, "Sorry, I can't talk about this right now."Hasan has been running a legitimate business for several years, and every purchase of his goods related to his business can be traced back," svalid's lawyer H.Ernesto Castillo of Auckland said Friday."He is innocent of these allegations and he is very shocked by them.After the two were arrestedAnnual Survey of the United StatesS.Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau, IRSS.Department of Agriculture, FBI and Oakland police.Kevin tirell, a special agent for the immigration agency, wrote in an unsealed affidavit on Friday that the authorities monitored the store, received tips from confidential informants and posed for sale of stolen goodsOn Thursday, Oakland investigators provided a search warrant at the King's food market on 82 Avenue and International Avenue, as well as at the 93 and International 1-star discount stores.Authorities say the agents also searched the Rosemont warehouse on Hayward's Diablo Avenue where the rings resell items."You have direct access to the items in the dollar store," Rosemont's website says ."."Harmony of quality and service.Authorities said: "The suspect received the goods from a network that stole them from major retailers.It is said that the owners of the two East Oakland convenience stores bought the goods from these people at a price far below the retail value.Some of these products were sold from stores, authorities said, but most of them were allegedly transferred to the warehouse of Rosemont wholesale.Authorities say investigators found thousands of discarded safety and barcode labels in bins outside the warehouse.Authorities have arrested Sward, an employee of Rosemont.Harry Di, 45, and vahidura Ahmadi, 47;Mossleh Amari, 46, is an employee of the King's food market, from San Leandro;Nabil Munasar Al Zoqari, 23, employee of 1 star discount store;Basheer Ammari, 23, is from San Leandro, son of Amari.Munasar Alzoqari, 51, who is still looking for, is the owner of the King's food market, and 24-year-old Mohammad Aldhufri is an employee of a star discount store.Six people arrested appeared in the United States Friday.S.District Court of Auckland;$200,000 per bond.