Recall Gascón campaign office evacuated after getting envelope with 'white powder' and hateful message

Members of a campaign pushing for the recall of embattled District Attorney George Gascón were forced to evacuate the campaign office after receiving a suspicious envelope.

The Recall Gascón campaign confirmed with FOX 11 that the group received an envelope "containing a white powder substance and Swastikas" on Thursday. The group was forced to evacuate from their West Los Angeles office after one of the workers opened the said envelope.

A local bomb squad was called to check on the substance. FOX 11's Travis Rice reports the group is OK, but shaken following the incident.

A staffer told Rice the group gets a lot of hate mail amid their push to get the Los Angeles County DA out of the office.

As of late Thursday night, no arrests have been announced in connection to Thursday's incident.

Investigators later determined the substance was baking soda.