FBI and Customs and Border Enforcement agents were spotted late Monday at accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's house in the U.S. Virgin Islands; people with knowledge of the matter say they're looking for evidence of Epstein's inner circle. Investigators were focusing on finding documents, videos, photographs, and computers at the home, which is on a private, 70-acre island. Epstein, 66, was found dead Saturday morning inside his Manhattan jail cell, of an apparent suicide. Last month, he was placed on suicide watch, but was reportedly taken off about a week later at the urging of his defense lawyers. Epstein was supposed to be checked on by guards every 30 minutes. Attorney General William Barr on Monday promised a "thorough investigation" and said "any co-conspirators should not rest easy."

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