Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: A grant was conditionally provided by Foundation resources which allowed the Sheriff's Department to relocate and construct new facilities. After vacating, the building containing SCP-XXXX was acquired by the Foundation and designated as Provisional Site-198.

Security assigned to Provisional Site-198 is to be provided standard uniforms for a Maricopa County Deputy and will patrol the building and property hourly.

Description: SCP-XXXX is an interview room in a now-defunct Sheriff's office in Maricopa County, Arizona. This room contains one wooden table, two aluminum folding chairs, and one masonite clipboard. Within the confines of this room, and while the anomaly is inactive, all sounds are noticeably muted or muffled and affected subjects report hearing a persistent buzz similar to that of television static. The anomaly becomes active when the clipboard is picked up and the incident and case information is perceived by a reader.

Designated as SCP-XXXX-1, this clipboard contains incident information, a prisoner manifest, and a suspect list from an open investigation of unknown origin.

The incident report and case numbers recorded on SCP-XXXX-1 do not correspond to any known case number, open or closed, within the greater Arizona police database. Although the case number appears to be generated by the anomaly, it does correspond to valid formatting of case numbers and has so far been shown to continue incrementing into valid ranges as used by the police database.

Researcher's Note: Upon the recommendation of containment specialists, Foundation liaisons have requested that the Arizona State Sheriff's Department leave the incident and case numbers associated with SCP-XXXX internally voided. Information Security cover-story 21-A has been recommended should the sequential gaps be noticed by unassociated observers.

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