Federal officials raided the home of Subway pitchman Jared Fogle on Tuesday morning as part of a child pornography investigation.

The raid comes after Russell Taylor, a former director of a foundation created by Fogle, was arrested in connection with child pornography. It's not clear if the raid on Fogle's home, in Zionsville, Ind., has anything to do with Taylor's case.

Officials removed various electronic devices from Fogle's home.

Fogle, 37, has not been arrested at this time. His wife and kids reportedly left the house shortly after investigators arrived.