ST.LOUIS (KMOV) -- Dozens of computers, boxes and envelopes were seized by St. Louis detectives Thursday from a home in the Central West End.
Police say they entered a home that belongs to Adam Strauss, who is the President of Hi-Tech security and business partner at Brown Dog Networks, a company that provides high-speed Internet.
Investigators spent nearly four hours carrying out computer towers, bags and boxes.
Strauss also owns several other properties, so it is not clear if he lived at the home in the Central West End, rented it out or used it for space.
Information on why Strauss is being investigated, and who the confiscated items belong to has not yet been released.
Authorities did, however, issue a search warrant for the property.