The New York City Fire Department (FDNY) is reportedly “hunting” down firefighters and staffers who booed New York Attorney General Letitia James and voiced support for former President Donald Trump during a speech she gave last week at the swearing-in ceremony of first responders.

The department has, however, denied the report, claiming that it is only looking into those who broke department regulations.

In an email statement to Fox News on Sunday morning, FDNY spokesman Jim Long said that “nobody is hunting anyone down.”

“We’re looking into those who clearly broke department regulations. It has nothing to do with politics. It’s about professionalism at an official event held in a house of worship,” he added.

During the event on Thursday, James, whose lawsuit against Trump led to a fine of over $350 million in his civil fraud trial was walking up to the stage for her address when a part of the crowd began booing her.

In response, James said, “Oh, c’mon, we’re in a house of God. Simmer down.”

She then reportedly said, “Thank you for getting it out of your system.”

The boos stopped and she went on to give her speech, only for chants of “Trump! Trump! Trump!” to break out.

The New York Post reported earlier this weekend that FDNY’s Bureau of investigation and Trials was investigating the incident, as seen in an email Chief of Department John Hodgerns sent to department brass.

“I recommend they come forward. I have been told by the commissioner it will be better for them if they come forward and we don’t have to hunt them down,” the email obtained by the Post read.

Hodgens had rebuked the firefighters who partook in the booing and heckling after James’ speech.

“Today’s ceremony was about one thing: the accomplishments of the members being promoted. The members whose behavior distracted from that celebration were an embarrassment and not befitting of the world’s best fire department,” he stated.