Parts for an electric shavers have been found in a North Carolina town, according to the Asheville Citizen-Times.
The newspaper reports the parts are a part of a series made by the company that makes the blades, which were sold to a local company in 2014.
It is unclear how the parts were obtained, but the newspaper reported that they came from a supplier who said it was a supplier that was in a dispute.
The supplier was not identified.
A person who answered the phone at the company’s North Carolina office did not immediately return a message.
A spokesperson for the Asheville-Chattanooga Electric Cooperative, the company responsible for the blades and the parts, said the company was cooperating with authorities.
“We are aware of the discovery and are working to determine what happened,” said Andrea O’Neill, a spokesperson for The Electric Cooperative.
“We are cooperating with the authorities and will continue to work with them to provide any information necessary to identify the supplier.”
The company’s website lists an address at the address listed for the maker of the parts.
The company also lists a phone number that was listed on its website as being in North Carolina.
The Asheville Citizen Times reported that the supplier said the blades came from China, but did not provide additional information.
The article also said that the parts that were found were “unused” and “not part of any product.”