Two New Texas Envelopes Received
Suspicious envelopes with white powder continue to surface across the Metroplex.
Tonight, two new envelopes are being investigated. This as the FBI continues to search for a suspect who’s been at it for four years.
This is the scene of one of the latest cases. Over the past week, some 20 letters with white powder have been sent to schools, churches, daycares and businesses here in DFW and across the nation. Yesterday, the FBI went public with a $150K reward for a suspect they're looking for.
The first was reported at 8:33 am at the Frank Crowley Courthouse in downtown Dallas. An employee opened a letter with a white powder, which officials say was a crushed up anti-depressant.
The second, 8:45 am at this Post Net location in the Arbors on Preston shopping center in North Dallas. We spoke with the employee who called the suspicious letter in.
"I don't want to just send anything like that out. It looked real suspicious, no return address stuff like that. It's just stuff I don't want going out from me,” said witness Tony White.
White says he had just seen a newscast Wednesday night about a suspect the FBI is looking for sending more than 300 white powder letters. He says the man who came into Post Net really wanted to protect his things.