Suspicious powder found in congressman's office

Arizona — The Tucson office of US Rep. Raul Grijalva was evacuated Thursday after an envelope with swastikas on it containing a white powder was discovered in the office's mail.
The Democratic congressman, who is seeking a fifth term, wasn't at the office when a staffer discovered the envelope, Grijalva spokesman Adam Sarvana said.
Tucson police responded and evacuated about a dozen people from the office. An FBI spokesman said the substance has been taken to Phoenix for further testing.
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