Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigations and Indiana State police investigators were at the Muncie Sanitary District Engineering Office on Kilgore Avenue Thursday morning. 

Chris Bavender, a public affairs specialist of the FBI Indianapolis office said, "I can confirm that there is investigative activity going on in the area."

Bavender could not confirm the reasons for the warrants or what investigations the search was apart of.

Muncie Police Chief Joe Winkle said as far as he knows, MPD is not involved with the investigation. 

Indiana State Police Public Information Officer Sgt. John Bowling said they were only a supporting role in the investigation.

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The Star Press reports that sources indicated that they were serving two search warrants in two buildings containing information technology equipment, trucks and other equipment. 

In a press release from the City of Muncie, they said they are aware of the activity today at one if Muncie's Sanitary District's locations today through media reports, and not been made aware of reasons for the law enforcement activity at this time. 

"The City of Muncie has fully cooperated and intends to continue to fully cooperate with the FBI investigation," the press release said. 

The Daily News has reached out to the Indiana State Police to confirm they were on scene assisting the FBI and is awaiting a comment. 

This story will be updated.