FBI raids business in Carmel Valley

By City News Service

Federal agents served a search warrant July 24 at a Carmel Valley high-tech business as part of an ongoing investigation of undisclosed nature.

The FBI raid at Torrey Pines Logic Inc. in the 12600 block of High Bluff Drive began about 8:30 a.m., said Darrell Foxworth, a spokesman for the government agency.

The probe into the operations of the firm — which sells lasers, sensors, optical-communication products and image-processing equipment — involves a court order that has been sealed by a judge, Foxworth said.

There were no immediate arrests, he said.

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