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'Suspicious Powder' Found Near Super Bowl Site
A white powder sent to at least five hotels near the Super Bowl site in New Jersey appears to have been a hoax threat, police have said.
The envelopes were posted to hotels close to the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, where more than 80,000 NFL fans are expected for Sunday's game.
They were found at an Econo Lodge, a Renaissance Inn and the Homestead Inn, while two other envelopes destined for a Holiday Inn Express and a Hampton Inn were intercepted by police.
No injuries were reported and an investigation by FBI counter-terrorism officers and hazardous substances teams found the contents of the envelopes were harmless.
A package containing white powder was also posted to an address in New York where the city's former mayor Rudy Giuliani has a consulting firm.
A spokesman for the New York Police Department said the envelope was the only suspicious package they were investigating.
It is thought the envelopes sent to the hotels were all posted from the same source, although it is not known whether they are linked to the package found in New York.
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