Feds swept a retail store in San Francisco, the state’s second-largest city, Monday, according to the agency that oversees enforcement of drug laws, and are looking for another two employees to assist in the sweep, a spokeswoman for the San Francisco Department of Public Health and Environment said.
A man who answered the door of the San Mateo County Drug Enforcement Task Force said the workers were out and about but declined to elaborate.
The agency had not disclosed the location of the sweep.
The sweeps were conducted by a task force called the San Franciscan Street Sweep.
It is the second-highest-level drug task force in the state, and is tasked with enforcing California’s marijuana laws.
In 2016, the agency conducted another sweep in the area, with the goal of finding two employees, said Sarah Rau, spokeswoman for San Francisco’s Public Health Department.
She said it was not clear what type of business was targeted.
“We will be able to assist with any further needs of the drug task forces in the future,” Rau said.