Boxes marked “evidence” were spotted leaving the Albany office of Queens Democratic Assemblyman Bill Scarborough on Wednesday after multiple sources said they had seen what appeared to be the FBI in the Legislative Office Building.

The boxes, sealed with yellow tape marked “evidence” were carried by multiple men out of Scarborough’s office.

A woman who answered the phone in Scarborough’s office referred Capital Tonight to the Assembly’s press office, which is yet to return calls seeking comment.

An aide who answered the door at Scarborough’s office said the lawmaker had not been arrested

Scarborough, first elected in 1995, represents the Jamaica section of Queens.

Update: Scarborough emerged from his office tell reporters that federal agents had indeed searched his office.

He told reporters he had done everything “in accordance with the law” and indicated they were looking into his use of per diems.