The Oklahoma City Police Department received an envelope that contained a suspicious white powdery substance on Monday.
According to police spokesperson Sgt. Jennifer Wardlow, she received a USPS envelope in the mail containing the white powder.
Firefighters and Hazmat crews responded to the police department, and took the envelope to the health department for testing.
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