The FBI is continuing an investigation into an anthrax scare in Cleveland, reports WDEF.com.
On Wednesday afternoon a letter containing white powder was found addressed to the Bradley County Circuit Court’s Office, but a mobile testing unit determined the substance was just talcum powder, according to WDEF.
No one is sick and thing are “back to normal,” the county mayor said.
“The employees that were right around there when it was opened, and the ones that actually opened it, were put through a tough time, waiting, and not knowing. Thank goodness it turned out that it wasn’t real. It was a hoax, which is a bad thing, but it’s better than if it had been real,” said Mayor Gary Davis.
Davis said investigators now know where the letter came from but are not releasing that information to the public yet.
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