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INDIANAPOLIS  — FedEx anticipates reopening its Indianapolis Operations Ground Center later this week.

The Ground Center has been closed since 19-year-old Brandon Hole, a former employee, shot and killed eight FedEx workers on April 15.

FedEx said “very limited operations” are expected to resume as police wrap up their on-site investigation, reports WISH-TV.

The company says it is taking “numerous steps” to ensure that employees feel safe and ready to return to work, but did not share any security procedures.

One question about the reopening is the company’s cell phone policy, which forbids most employees from carrying mobile devices inside the building.

In a statement to News 8, FedEx said, “our cell phone policy is based on workplace safety considerations and we believe it continues to be in the best interests of our team members while they are on duty.”