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Ways to identify suspicious letters or packages:
Packages with excessive postage, using postage stamps as opposed to a meter
Packages containing oily stains, crystallization on wrapper or strange odors
No return address
Exceptionally large or lopsided packages
Packages that are rigid, bulky or discolored
Packages that appear to contain liquid
Packages which display evidence or electrical wire or tin foil
Excessive wrapping materials, such as masking tape, strapping tape, or string
Actions to take if you encounter suspicious mail:
Do not smell, touch or move the package.
If you did, immediately wash your hands with soap and water.
Notify your manager to advise workers to stay away from the work area.
Call Campus Services at x4053.
Turn off any circulation fans, air conditioners or heaters (if applicable).
List all persons who have come in contact with the suspicious package.
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