Toronto Police - in partnership with the Canada Border Services Agency, the U.S. Customs Agency, and Peel Regional Police Service - have made another arrest in connection with an ongoing human trafficking investigation in Toronto. Last June, police commenced a Toronto-based human trafficking investigation of a girl under 14 years of age. It was alleged that the girl was forced into the sex trade (providing sexual services for money), and all the money that she had earned was immediately taken away from her by her trafficker.\nTal Amdurski, 37, of Toronto, was arrested last year on the basis of 8 different charges. Amdurski appeared in court in Toronto back in October. The charges include:\nIllegally trafficking a person under the age of 18 by recruiting\nFinancially and materially benefiting from trafficking a person under the age of 18\nMaterially benefiting from sexual services provided by a person under the age of 18\nExercising control over a minor\nAdvertising another person's sexual services\nSexual assault\nSexually interfering with a minor\nObtaining sexual services for consideration from a minor\nBelow is Amdurski's mugshot photo, provided by the Toronto Police:\nVia Toronto Police\nAnother man, 57-year-old Tomas Graff, of Brook Park, Minnesota, was arrested in connection with the alleged solicitation of sexual services from the girl. Although this man is a resident of the United States, he has reportedly travelled to Toronto numerous times for business and solicited sexual services from the girl last June.\nREAD ALSO: Notorious Drug Lord El Chapo Has Been Running A Major Secret Operation In Canada For 10 Years\nGraff has been charged with obtaining sexual services from a minor, sexual assault, sexual interference with a minor, and invitation to sexual touching under 16. He appeared in a Toronto court this month. Graff is pictured below:\nVia Toronto Police\nPolice believe other victims may be connected to this case, and encourage all affected individuals to come forward and report human trafficking incidents, regardless if they want to criminally charge their assailants.\nThe Toronto Police's Human Trafficking Enforcement Team is striving to inform the public to be aware that perpetrators who traffick children and adults into the sex trade will be investigated and arrested, regardless of their country of origin. To learn more about sexual assault, including how to report a sexual assault, please visit The Toronto Police Service's Sex Crimes website.\nREAD ALSO: Two Canadians Jailed For Trafficking A 14-Year-Old Girl Are Appealing Their Sentence Claiming It's "Too Cruel"\nIf you have any information related to this or any other case, please contact police at 416-808-7474, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).