FBI agents searched Paula Broadwell's Charlotte, North Carolina home Monday night, Bloomberg reports. The FBI did not indicate what it was looking for.
Shelley Lynch, a spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Charlotte, North Carolina, field office, confirmed that agents entered Broadwell’s home in an upscale neighborhood of the city. The agents “brought cardboard boxes used for carrying papers and were on both floors of the home,” the Charlotte Observer reported.
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Agents entered the house carrying boxes at around 9 p.m. (0200 GMT Tuesday) and about four hours later took away what appeared to be two computers and about 10 boxes.
During the search, agents inside could be seen moving through multiple rooms, gathering materials and taking photos.
Broadwell's family was not at home at the time. The FBI and a Justice Department official would not comment on the raid.
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