Toronto police say the items were taken from various GTA malls between August and October of this year.
Following an investigation, police executed a pair of search warrants last Thursday and recovered a haul of products estimated to be worth at least $350,000.
Police say a man and a woman were each charged yesterday with possession or property obtained by crime and possession for the purpose of trafficking in stolen goods.
A 45-year-old woman is still being sought in connection with the investigation.
Earlier this year, York Regional Police announced the arrest of a mother and two sons who had allegedly been selling merchandise purchased with fraudulently obtained credit cards, from a home in Aurora, Ont.