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Colo., Okla. banks get threatening notes, powder

DENVER The FBI says nine Chase bank branches in Colorado and Oklahoma have received threatening letters, and some contained a white powder, but the powder doesnt appear to be dangerous.FBI spokeswoman Kathy Wright in Denver says investigators believe the incidents are related.Six banks in the Denver area, two in Oklahoma City and one in Norman, Okla., reported receiving the letters.Wright says she believes all have been closed for decontamination.Mary Jane Rogers, a spokeswoman for JP Morgan Chase & Co. in Phoenix, says bank officials are cooperating with the FBI and local police in both states.

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