FBI, Customs Enforcement, and the U.S. Commerce Department have wrapped up an investigation into an illegal technology sale. Their findings turned up seven arrests.

The seven were indicted for attempted to sell military technology to China. The scheme was based out of Mount Laurel, NJ, where they worked at two separate companies. The plan was to send the technology to a U.S. company in China, using false papers.

Among the technologies involved were radar systems, smart weapons, and warfare communications.

Four of the men are being held without bail; the remaining three were held on $300,00 to $500,000. The U.S. Attorney's Office will be prosecuting.