WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - White Plains police said Wednesday that a "suspicious envelope" sent to the Journal News offices contained a white powder that is non-toxic.
White Plains Public Safety Commissioner David Chong said tests showed the substance to be non-toxic, but further tests will continue.
Chong said that any link between the incident and a recent article in the Journal News that published names of those holding a pistol permit and where they live in Westchester and Rockland counties would just be speculation at this point.
Check back with The White Plains Daily Voice for updates.
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