The feds say they’re targeting a home-building company in Chicago, where federal agents raided the building last week.
The raid comes after two years of work to combat mold in the city.
The building was under construction in 2016.
The Chicago Tribune reports the building, in the 2500 block of North Laramie Avenue, was targeted because mold is a “major problem in the City of Chicago.”
It’s not the first time the feds have targeted the home-manufacturing company, which is owned by a woman and family.
In February, the federal government raided the company after a federal inspection found mold in one of its properties.
In 2016, federal agents also raided a home on the same block.
The home, owned by an Ohio family, was under investigation by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for “mold and mold-related violations.”
A spokesman for the ATF, Greg Stell, says in a statement the agency is “focused on enforcing federal laws that protect the public, while also protecting our country’s national security.”