Couple removes more items from Broadwell's Dilworth home

Couple removes more items from Broadwell's Dilworth home

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by RAD BERKY / NBC Charlotte

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Posted on November 15, 2012 at 6:16 PM

Updated Friday, Oct 25 at 6:36 PM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- There was a flurry of activity Thursday afternoon at the Dilworth home of Paula Broadwell, the woman at the center of the scandal involving former CIA Director David Petraeus.

A man and a woman, apparently with keys to the home, walked in shortly before 4 p.m. and stayed inside for about 20 minutes.

When they left, they appeared to be carrying a few items of clothing.

Neither of them would answer questions from reporters but NBC Charlotte has learned the woman is an assistant city attorney for the city of Charlotte and that she was not at the house in any official capacity, but rather just as a friend of Paula Broadwell.

Broadwell, her husband and their children have not been at their home on Mount Vernon Avenue since the story of the Petraeus scandal broke last Friday night.

FBI agents searched Broadwell's home Monday night looking for any classified documents Broadwell might have had on her computers or in her home.

Meantime, the CIA opened its own investigation into Petraeus to determine if he used his  position as Director to further his relationship with Broadwell.

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