CNN revealed today (Thursday) that the Secret Service had ended the investigation into finding cocaine in the White House, without identifying any suspects, indicating that the agency was unable to determine when or who left a small bag of cocaine in the West Wing.
The network reported that the main theories adopted by the investigators are that a tourist may have left the cocaine in the Al-Hujaira area when he was asked to leave his phone there, especially since the western wing is witnessing very heavy traffic.
And the American Politico newspaper reported that the investigators were unable to determine the source of the cocaine in the White House, noting that an informed official indicated that it was very difficult to determine the source of the cocaine or the identity of the person.
In turn, NBC News said, according to an official who explained that a laboratory test confirmed the presence of cocaine in a small package found in the White House, indicating that cocaine was found in the common room in the West Wing, through which visitors and employees pass, leaving their belongings. character before entering the office premises.
The investigation included examining surveillance camera recordings and entrance records to the building to determine who had access to the room where the drug was found.