Investigators were seen at the Indiana dwelling of Jared Fogle, the Subway spokesman who appeared in television commercials according to reports.

The Indianapolis Star reports an signs truck was outside Fogle’s house in Zionsville, a suburb of Indianapolis.

“Jared continues to be collaborating, and continues to work, with law enforcement in their own investigation of unspecified charges,” Fogle’s attorney, Ron Elberger, told The Post in an e-mailed statement.

A telephone number recorded for Fogle in Zionsville rang unanswered Tuesday.

Tuesday’s activities followed the arrest of Russell Taylor, former executive director of Fogle’s charity, which is focused on combating childhood obesity.

In a statement released to local media after Taylor’s arrest, Fogle said he was “Shocked to learn of the allegations against Mr. Taylor.”

First starring in Subway advertising in 2000, Fogle immediately became the chain’s most celebrated face, utilizing the story of his “Subway diet” to help portray the deli chain as a wholesome choice to its fast food competitors.