BREAKING: White Powdery Substance Sent To Obama's D.C. Office

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On Tuesday, D.C. Metro Police arrived at former President Barack Obama's office near his home in Washington, D.C. after receiving reports that a white powdery substance was found.

Fox 5 reports:

The incident was reported around 12:30 p.m. at 1250 24th Street in Northwest, D.C. The former president has leased office space at the building since leaving office in January 2017. The building is owned and is headquarters to non-profit World Wildlife Fund.

It is unclear whether the former president was at his office or if anyone was taken to the hospital as a precaution.

Police said that traffic in the area is closed until they are finished.

The incident comes just one day after a suspicious letter containing "an unidentified substance" was addressed to Donald Trump Jr. and sent to a property belonging to his wife Vanessa. Three people, including Vanessa, were taken to the hospital as a precaution.

This story is developing, check back in the coming minutes for updates...


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