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Draper Business Locked Down as Powdery Substance Investigated

Draper Business Locked Down as Powdery Substance Investigated

Posted - Feb. 24, 2004 at 1:13 p.m.



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(KSL News) – A scary sight of white powder in Draper turned into much ado about nothing.

Three employees working in the mailroom at Affiliate Computers Services spotted white powder on an envelope sent by Discover Card.

Draper Business Locked Down as Powdery Substance Investigated

They notified security and were isolated for examination. Haz-Mat crews searched the room but found nothing. They couldn't even find the suspicious envelope.

They say talcum powder is used on a machine in the mailroom and maybe that substance triggered the false alarm.

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