"There is no imminent danger to the CNN Center", Zucker said. Sayoc was arrested Friday in Florida after investigators said they linked him to the packages through fingerprint and DNA evidence. "Our screening process is working and we will keep you updated as we learn more."The incident on Wednesday at the NY bureau prompted a mass evacuation while CNN anchors Poppy Harlow and Jim Sciutto were reporting on air". Another was delivered to the cable network's NY offices last week, causing an evacuation.More news: Sanders: Media wrongly blaming Trump for attacks
According to CBS News, the package that was intercepted in Atlanta was similar to 14 others that were sent to high-profile newsmakers and CNN's NY bureau since October 23. He's due to make his first court appearance on Monday.
CNN President Jeff Zucker confirmed in a tweet that the package was addressed to the network. All mail is being screened off site. On Friday, authorities arrested Cesar Sayoc for the mailed explosives and warned at the time that more such devices could already by in the postal system. The packages were intercepted from DE to California.
Terry Turchie, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation counterintelligence officer, said Friday night on Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" that decades-old technology - fingerprints - matched a package to the suspect.More news: Merkel will step down as chancellor in 2021
See more about last week's pipe bombs in the video below.
If America hoped President Donald Trump would scale back his attacks on his perceived opponents after they started finding in bombs in their mail, we were disappointed.More news: Mourners pack emotional vigil for victims of U.S. synagogue attack