Exclusive Video: FBI Raids Nicholasville Auto Body Shop

Reported by: Aaron Adelson
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Updated: 6/03/2013 5:21 pm
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A neighbor says the raid might be related to human trafficking, but the FBI will not confirm,or deny that. 

We showed up around 10:30 AM, and saw 4 people in zip ties standing outside Small Town Auto Body. 

Soon, an unmarked white van filled with camouflage clad FBI agents pulled away. 

A dog sniffed at least 10 cars in a side lot. 

KSP took a woman away.  A source says the business is in her name. 

Nicholasville police took away an older man.  A source says he is the boss.  Also, police took a younger man away.

"Very surprised!  This is not normally what you see coming in to work every day," said Johnson Cannon, Nicholasville.

We have a lot of unknowns.  The FBI led the investigation with KSP and Nicholasville Police helping.  A source says the FBI is looking for more people.  We saw one woman and two men taken away. 
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Chrisandrob - 6/4/2013 12:34 AM
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I am praying that its not human trafficking. I am not going to jump to conclusions until we hear more from officials.
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