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Urgent care in Green Tree closed until further notice after FBI conducted ‘law enforcement activity’

GREEN TREE, Pa. — The FBI conducted “law enforcement activity” Wednesday at an office building in Green Tree, an FBI Pittsburgh spokesperson confirmed.

The medical office has now been closed until further notice, according to staff there.

PHOTOS: FBI agents at urgent care facility in Green Tree

“This is like shocking. Really surprised. I have no idea!” said

Rob Mazzie, a nearby Green Tree building owner.

Channel 11 was there as FBI agents moved in and took over the parking lot of the medical building along Green Tree Road.

They spent hours processing the office there.

Investigators and staff confirmed the FBI was focused on High Field Urgent Care and High Field Imaging.

“I walked into the building and got through the first door. I met an FBI agent and she proceeded to tell me that I’m not gonna be able to get the MRI today because they were executing a federal search warrant,” said Ryan Moore, a patient from Pittsburgh.

We watched from a distance as agents moved a large Sprinter van near the front door.

They then hauled out box after box after box of materials, paperwork, and computers.

“Something sketchy must be going down there I guess,” said

Jacob Matthew of Mount Washington.

Channel 11′s Mike Holden went up to the building to get some answers, but the front door was locked.

Inside, workers would only say they were closed until further notice and no management was available.

People in the area say they are stunned because they frequently went there to get tested for COVID-19.

“It’s really shocking. I mean Pittsburgh’s a safe city. Let alone — no crime here,” said Matthew.

Channel 11 is working to get additional answers from the FBI about what prompted the investigation. Look for the latest updates on-air, online and on the WPXI News App.