The FBI is set to search former Vice President Mike Pence's Indiana home for classified documents.
Pence found documents in his home in January, and immediately reported it to the agency.
"The FBI and a representative for Pence would not confirm a potential search, which is believed to be consensual," reports Fox News.
The outlet reported that it was told by a source familiar with the situation that the FBI will conduct a search, although the timing is unclear.
"In recent months, classified materials have turned up one after the other, beginning in August when documents were found in former President Donald Trump's possession during a raid on his Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida," reports Fox News. "Trump denies the documents in his possession were classified, however, arguing that as president he had the authority to declassify them."
"There is also currently an investigation underway into documents found in President Biden's Wilmington, Delaware, home, as well as his Penn Biden Center office in Washington, D.C.," reports Fox News.
Pence has pledged full cooperation with any future investigation.
Source: Fox News