A suspicious package was discovered at a building that houses Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s West Los Angeles office early Thursday evening.
Los Angeles Police Department officers were spotted at the scene located between Santa Monica and Sepulveda boulevards to investigate the parcel.
Police later confirmed the manila enveloped contained a CD. On the front of the envelope, was the incorrect spelling of Santa Monica. There was no address to the senator.
A bomb squad also confirmed after examination that the package did not include an explosive device and did not pose a threat, according to ABC 7.
The squad has since departed the scene.
Aside from the West Los Angeles location, Feinstein has three other state offices in California – in Fresno, San Diego and San Francisco.
The incident comes after 10 pipe bombs were mailed to the US addresses of elite liberals this week.
Authorities have not yet given word on who the possible mailer(s) may be as closer investigation is underway.
The FBI is working to track down information on where parts for the pipe bombs had been purchased.
A suspicious package was found at the building that houses California Sen. Dianne Feinstein state office in Los Angeles. Feinstein is pictured October 17, 2018 in San Francisco
Police have not yet revealed what the package contained, nor if it was addressed to the senator
A bomb squad, however, confirmed the package was not a explosive device and did not post a threat