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BULLETIN: Secret Service Ends Cocaine Probe, No Suspect

The Secret Service reportedly concluded its investigation into the cocaine found at the White House with no suspect identified Thursday.

Two sources familiar with the investigation told CNN:

Secret Service officials combed through visitor logs and surveillance footage of hundreds of individuals who entered the West Wing in the days preceding the discovery and were unable to identify a suspect, one of the sources said.

Investigators were also unable to identify the particular moment or day when the baggie was left inside the West Wing cubby near the lower level entrance where it was discovered.

The second source said that the leading theory remains that it was left by one of the hundreds of visitors who entered the West Wing that weekend for tours and were asked to leave their phones inside those cubbies.

A small bag of cocaine was found near the entrance to the West Wing.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters last week the Secret Service will “get to the bottom” of the incident.

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