N.Y. Police Investigating Suspicious Powder Sent to Donald Trump's Son Eric

by Katy Tur and Tom Winter /  / Updated 

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A suspicious piece of mail containing a white powder was sent to Eric Trump, the middle son of presidential candidate Donald Trump, at his residence Thursday, New York police confirmed to NBC News.

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, listens as his son Eric Trump speaks during a rally in Biloxi, Miss., on Saturday, Jan. 2, 2016.Rogelio V. Solis / AP

Preliminary tests deemed the substance non-hazardous, the sources said.

The security team at Eric Trump’s residence at Trump Parc East, a high end residential building on the south end of New York's Central Park, alerted authorities after receiving the envelope shortly before 9:30 p.m.

The mail was postmarked in Massachusetts, police sources said.

Calls for suspicious and threatening packages are common for high profile personalities.

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