Huron police say authorities are investigating a white powder substance sent to the South Dakota Farm Bureau office in Huron.
The Farm Bureau office was closed briefly Friday morning while authorities investigated. Police say the substance arrived in a letter earlier in the week.
Fire Department personnel used hazardous material protocol to safely contain the substance. The materials were packaged and are headed to the South Dakota Department of Health Laboratory in Pierre for identification.
Police say the substance is believed to be non-hazardous and there is no threat to the public.
The origin of the letter and contents remain under investigation.
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