Two large computer servers belonging to the District of Columbia tax office were found in a trash alcove behind a Ruby Tuesday restaurant.

The three-foot-tall servers were labeled, "Property of D.C. Office of Tax and Revenue," according to the Associated Press.

It was not known if the servers contained personal information about District taxpayers. The D.C. tax office has been under investigation in a multimillion-dollar embezzlement scandal and investigators want to determine if the servers contain any evidence related to the case.

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