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FBI makes arrest over suspicious packages sent to D.C.-area military sites

The Federal Bureau of Investigation stated it has arrested a Seattle man in connection with a chain of suspicious applications that have been despatched to U.S. military sites within the Washington, D.C. house on Monday. In a press remark The Federal Bureau of Investigation stated it has arrested a Seattle man in connection with a chain of suspicious applications that have been despatched to U.S. military sites within the Washington, D.C. house on Monday. In a press remark, the FBI stated 43-year previous Thanh Cong Phan, was taken into custody on Monday, and that the applications found contained "potential destructive devices." Multiple applications have been despatched to the following places: Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and Lesley J. McNair, both in D.C. and the Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Central Intelligence Agency and Fort Belvoir, all in Virginia. The FBI stated it's continuing a joint investigation with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and cautioned that additional applications could have been mailed to mail processing facilities within the D.C. metro house. ], the FBI stated 43-year previous Thanh Cong Phan, was taken into custody on Monday, and that the applications found contained "potential destructive devices." Multiple applications have been despatched to the following places -- Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling and Lesley J. McNair, both in D.C. and the Naval Surface Warfare Center, the Central Intelligence Agency and Fort Belvoir, all in Virginia. The FBI stated it's continuing a joint investigation with the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and cautioned that additional applications could have been mailed to mail processing facilities within the D.C. metro house.