Threat sent to state's Child Support Services of Georgia office in Macon

Child Support Services of Georgia received a threatening letter containing a white powdery substance Monday morning, according to a report released by the Macon police Tuesday.

Employees at the office, located at 2720 Riverside Drive, told officers they received the letter in the mail, according to the report.

Officers say the letter was sent by someone identifying himself as “Charles E. Extreme.”The incident remains under investigation by police.

No additional details were released.