The FBI is seeking two men who have been seen on Washington state ferries exhibiting what the agency calls “unusual behavior.”
The FBI’s Seattle field office released photographs of the two men and asked the public for help identifying them.
"We had various independent reports from passengers and ferry employees that these two guys were engaging in what they described as unusual activities on the ferries," Special Agent Robbie Burroughs, a spokeswoman for the FBI in Washington state, told FOXNews.com.
"They felt that these guys were showing an undue interest in the boat itself, in the layout, the workers and the terminal, and it caused them enough concern that they contacted law enforcement about it.”
The two men were photographed by a ferry employee and the photographs were distributed to ferry workers several weeks ago.
Meanwhile, ferry service on one Seattle ferry line was halted during the Wednesday morning commute when a crewmember found a suspicious package in the passenger area.
Investigators determined the package did not pose an immediate threat and service was resumed after about an hour.
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