The FBI announced on Monday that US Senator Carl Levin’s downtown Detroit office was evacuated after an employee came across a letter filled with a “suspicious white powder,” reports the Detroit News. The powder was later determined to be harmless.
Levin’s office, located in the McNamara Federal Building, has since been reopened, according to the Detroit News. The senator was in Washington when the letter and the powder were discovered.
The Michigan senator is the latest across the nation to receive letters with the powder over the last week, though none have yet proved to be dangerous.
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