FBI agents who searched former President Donald Trump’s Florida home last month found top-secret documents in an office and storage room, along with folders with classified banners but nothing inside and more than 10,000 other government documents without classification markings, according to a more detailed inventory. seized material made public on Friday. The inventory compiled by the Ministry of Justice reveals in general terms the contents of 33 boxes and containers seized from an office and warehouse in Mar-a-Lago during the August 8 search. Although the inventory does not describe the contents of the documents, it does show the extent to which classified information – including documents at the top secret level – was hidden in boxes at home and mixed with newspapers, magazines, clothing and other personal items. It also clarifies for the first time the volume of unclassified government documents in the house, even though presidential files were to be turned over to the National Archives and Records Administration. The Archives had tried unsuccessfully for months to get them back from Trump, then contacted the FBI after locating classified information in a batch of 15 boxes received in January. The Department of Justice said there was no safe space at Mar-a-Lago for sensitive government secrets, and opened a criminal investigation focused on keeping them there and what it was. said to be efforts over the past few months to hamper the investigation. It also investigates potential violations of a law that criminalizes the mutilation or concealment of government records, classified or unclassified.