(ABC NEWS) A suspicious piece of mail containing white powder was sent to Eric Trump's New York City apartment Thursday, a Trump Organization source told ABC News.
A preliminary field test indicated the substance did not appear hazardous, according to the source, who was briefed on the matter.
The NYPD confirmed to ABC News it responded to a call at Trump Parc East, a high-end residential building on Central Park South, but it did not identify the recipient of the mail as Donald Trump's 32-year-old son, who has an apartment in the building. (The Trump Organization source, however, confirmed the letter was indeed sent to the Trump offspring's 14th-floor apartment).
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