A suspicious package is being sent to mailboxes across the country.
Tuesday, the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce received a package that contained a green substance. The package included threatening words about the president. It was handed over to the FBI who determined the substance was not hazardous. Thursday, the same type of package was sent to the Chamber of Commerce in Abilene. Haz-Mat teams quarantined the area until it was determined the package and the green substance was not dangerous.
FBI agents say the packages were sent from an unknown address outside of the United States. Similar packages have been sent to city offices in Lexington, KY and Lake Charles, LA.
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