FBI agents raided former Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana home Friday to search for additional classified documents, according to the NY Post. The raid comes more than two weeks after Pence turned over two boxes of records with classified markings to the bureau.
According to reports, a police car blocked off the driveway leading to Pence’s home in Carmel, a northern suburb of Indianapolis, as reporters swarmed around the front gate.
Investigators took possession of the two boxes of records on Jan. 19, when Pence was in Washington for the annual March for Life. A day earlier, Pence’s attorney Greg Jacob had informed the National Archives that the documents had been located on Jan. 16.
“The additional records appear to be a small number of documents bearing classified markings that were inadvertently boxed and transported to the personal home of the former Vice President at the end of the last Administration,” Jacob wrote to Archives official Kate McClure.
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