Envelopes Lockdown IN Statehouse

The Indiana Statehouse was on lockdown and the House session suspended on Wednesday.

Two envelops, containing a suspicious powder, were found in the Statehouse mail room and office of the House Speaker Brian Bosma.

Brian Bosma states, "It was my understanding that there was no message on the inside, just the contents and a blank piece of paper."

Bosma's assistant opened the envelope.

Both envelops were tested, but no biological or chemical agents were found inside.

The FBI is conducting additional tests. Those results should be available in 24-48 hours.