DALLAS (AP) - The FBI says it suspects the recent mailings of hundreds envelopes containing white powder to are the work of one North Texan.
An FBI statement Wednesday says a $150,000 reward is being offered for the arrest and conviction of a person suspected of mailing more than 20 envelopes containing threatening letters and a white powder. That powder was later determined to be non-hazardous, but the mailings that have had people on edge in Texas and across the nation.
The FBI statement also says "it is highly likely" the letters were sent by the same North Texan who has mailed over 380 threatening letters across the nation, each of which contained a non-hazardous substance.
The letters were sent to schools, daycare centers, aerospace-related businesses government offices, restaurants and U.S. embassies abroad.