REUTERS The police carried out Tuesday&#39;s raid along with officials from an organized crime unit, according to BBC Newsw. Officers set up a perimeter around the headquarters while prosecutors entered the offices to search for documents. Afterwards, the attorney general&#39;s office said the aim had been "to obtain documentation linked to the information published in news articles that establish the use of the firm in illicit activities." The statement added that searches would also take place at subsidiaries of the firm, according to BBC. Read alsoThousands of offshore companies for Mossack Fonseca managed by stooge directors – The Sunday TimesPanama&#39;s government promised an investigation soon after news reports emerged more than a week ago based on more than 11 million documents from the firm. As reported earlier, the leaked "Panama Papers" have shown how some wealthy people use offshore firms to evade tax and avoid sanctions. The firm has denied wrongdoing. It says it is the victim of a hack and that the information is being misrepresented.