Drone video shows FBI agents and NYPD cops seizing computer equipment from Jeffrey Epstein‘s mansion on a private island in the Caribbean, according to a report Tuesday.
The video was shot Monday during a raid on Little St. James, the 70-acre island Epstein owned in the US Virgin Islands, CNBC said.
It shows at least two desktop computers and an Apple computer were packaged and marked for transport, CNBC said.
The raid was one of several conducted at various locations tied to the late multimillionaire financier and convicted pedophile, law enforcement sources have told The Post.
Authorities were searching for sex toys and other evidence to corroborate claims by hundreds of women who have accused Epstein, 66, of sexually abusing them when they were underage girls, the sources said.
Epstein was busted July 6 on child sex-trafficking charges and apparently hanged himself Saturday morning while being held without bail in a federal lockup in Lower Manhattan.
The NYPD cops visible in the video are part of the FBI New York Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force, CNBC said.
“The NYPD is a partner in the task force with the FBI that led to the arrest of Jeffrey Epstein last month,” an NYPD spokeswoman told the network.
“The case remains an active and ongoing investigation, and the NYPD continues to work alongside the FBI in investigating leads — including at Epstein’s estate in the Virgin Islands. The NYPD declines further comment on an ongoing investigation.”
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