The parent company of Dollar Tree tried to import more than 21,000 counterfeit Barbie dolls through Minnesota in 2017, according to a federal lawsuit.

The suit, filed Thursday, alleges Greenbrier International imported a container of dolls that “infringed the ‘CEO Barbie’ doll head copyright owned by Mattel.” Customs and Border Protection agents seized the cargo Sept. 27, 2017, after it was discovered crossing from Ontario to Minnesota by rail.

Authorities said that wasn’t the first time the company has tried to import counterfeit dolls through Rainier, which has seen a number of seizures in recent years.

“In 2016, Greenbrier attempted to import 13,296 Mermaid fashion dolls that were seized at the border,” a Department of Justice news release states. “In both instances, the counterfeit dolls originated from the same exporter/shipper located in Hong Kong.”

The civil forfeiture suit seeks only the 21,852 dolls and “costs and disbursements in this action, and for such other and further relief as this court deems proper and just.”