ALOHA, Ore. -- Washington County investigators are trying to identify a man pictured in a forged driver's license in the investigation into an alleged online drug ring.
On Tuesday, detectives arrested six people in connection with the case. They're accused of using an illicit website to sell meth around the world.
Detectives said the suspects stole people's identities, created fake profiles and used a website called "Silk Road" to sell methamphetamine around the world in an online drug trafficking ring they operated from Aloha.
Background: Suspected drug trafficking ring busted in Aloha
A federal indictment said the suspects transported more than $500,000 in meth. According to investigators, the drugs were shipped through FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service.
Photos: Washington County drug raid
Later in the morning, police searched two homes in Beaverton as well and collected evidence.
Neighbors said they were surprised to learn what was happening in their community.