Eight more US states, Virgin Islands get suspicious powder mail
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Eight more states and the US Virgin Islands intercepted envelopes sent to government offices containing suspicious powder on Thursday.
The letters arrived in Georgia, Kansas, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Wyoming.
Tests indicate the powder found in Georgia, Kansas, North Dakota and Utah wasn't harmful. Virgin Islands officials determined the powder there was corn starch.
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