Donald Trump’s legal team recently turned over a folder of classified trademarks to the Justice Department that was found at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, a senior law enforcement official told NBC News.

Trump’s lawyers told the Justice Department it came from Mar-a-Lago, so they take that assumption, the official said, adding that the folder was found last month and was turned over voluntarily by Trump’s lawyers.

It is not clear what level of classification markings were on the folder or what it may have contained.

The discovery of the folder was first reported by ABC News on Friday.

The Justice Department has engaged in ongoing efforts to recover classified documents from former presidents after a series of those documents were found in Trump’s possession.

In August of last year, FBI agents executed a search warrant and recovered boxes containing more than 100 documents with classification marks after Trump’s lawyers said he had returned all the documents with classification marks from the White House, Justice Department officials said in court documents.

The FBI discovered an additional classified document at the Indiana home of former Vice President Mike Pence during a voluntary five-hour search of his home on Friday.

Pence reported finding a «small amount» of classified documents at his home last month. that came after classified Obama-era documents were found at President Joe Biden’s Delaware home and an office he used in Washington, D.C., during the Trump administration.