The Manhattan office of the NYPD’s Sergeants Benevolent Association was raided by federal agents Tuesday morning, a high-ranking police source said.
Investigators from the FBI descended on the office as part of an investigation into the union, which is headed union president Ed Mullins.
Mullins’ home in Port Washington (Long Island) was also raided, sources told the New York Post.
The details of the investigation into the union are unclear, but the raids are part of a long-term investigation, a law enforcement source said.
In a statement, FBI spokesperson Martin Feely confirmed the probe but did not elaborate.
“We are carrying out a law enforcement action in connection with an ongoing investigation. I cannot confirm the details of the investigation,” Feely said in an email to The Post.