The director of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation said Monday he was confident that the law enforcement would find the culprits who sent Kansas lawmakers mail filled with a white powdery substance.
Talking to reporters at the Capitol on Monday, KBI Director Tony Mattivi said there were plenty of tracks left behind that left him optimistic that the case would eventually be solved.
"The person or people who did this have left behind a lot of clues - what was written, how it was written, how it was printed, where it was mailed, when it was mailed, how it was mailed . . .