What we know about the 12 packages
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After sending 12 potential explosive devices to prominent Democrats, law enforcement officials continue to search for post offices on Friday after warning the public that more parcels may be released.
"This is to be taken with the utmost seriousness," New York Police Commissioner James P. O'Neill told reporters at a press conference Thursday when he was asked if the mailings were part of a joke. "We treat them as alleged explosives."
On Friday morning, the New York City Police Department closed a crossroads of Manhattan traffic and pedestrians over another possible explosive package found in a post office. The FBI confirmed that it was an eleventh package, "similar to the others," addressed to Senator Cory Booker, a New Jersey Democrat.
So far none of the suspicious packages has hurt anyone.
Officials were looking for a mailing center in Florida on Thursday night for possible clues as to where the packages came from. A horror at the Time Warner Center in New York caused more panic following reports of unattended packages.
We now know the following.
What do we know about Package 11?
The FBI confirmed that they had found a suspicious package "similar to the others" addressed to Democrat Sen. Cory Booker.  The #FBI has confirmed that an 11th package was found in Florida, much like the others, addressed to Senator Cory Booker
– FBI (@FBI) October 26 2018
What happened in New York this morning?
The New York City Police Department closed a Manhattan intersection with traffic and pedestrians near W. 52nd Street between 8th and 9th Avenues on Friday morning to process a suspicious package.
James Clapper, the former director of National Intelligence, was targeting the Manhattan-based 12th device, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday
The person was not authorized to speak publicly about it.
What is Grandpa? Locka, Florida, connection?
A mail delivery center in Opa Locka, Florida, is closely monitored as some of the suspicious packages may have passed through them, according to a law enforcement officer who has no authority to speak publicly. On Thursday night, police bombers from the Miami-Dade police and K-9 officers were called to headquarters when the federal authorities continued their investigation into the facility.
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What about the time warner evacuation on the Thursday off?
The Midnight Manhattan Time Warner Center, where CNN's New York offices are located, was partially evacuated on Thursday night when New York City Police Department responded to reports of unattended packages.
The packages were deleted and no threat was found. Earlier this week, a bomb-like device was sent to the building, which was directed to former CIA director John Brennan, and the CNN offices were evacuated.
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How many packages so far?
At least 12 alleged bombs have been targeted for various locations and interception since Monday 19659012 Where did the parcels go?
- Hillary Clinton's House in Westchester County, New York
- Former President Barack Obama's Washington Residence
- Former CIA Director John Brennan was sent to the CNN offices in New York City
- Democratic Republic of California, Maxine Waters
- Democratic Rep. Of Florida, Debbie Wasserman Schultz (a package discovered in her office was addressed to former US Attorney General Eric Holder)
- Billionaire George Soros in the mailbox at his home in Bedford, New York [19659028FormerVicePresidentJoeBiden;twoparcelsinterceptedatDelaware'spostalfacilities
- Robert De Niro's offices in New York
- New Jersey Democratic Senator Cory Booker
- Former National Intelligence Director James Clapper
Will there be suspicious packages? Authorities warned the public on Thursday to look for even more suspicious packages that could still be in the postal system.
O'Neill told reporters that there are no current or credible threats known to law enforcement. And he expressed his confidence that the culprit would be caught.
Two police officers said Thursday that investigators were increasingly focusing on mail flows into and out of Florida, especially as the device addressed to Holder was recovered. returned to the sender address of Wasserman Schultz. The two officials who are not allowed to speak publicly have not identified a suspect.
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