Police on Friday arrested a 56-year-old Florida man in connecting to the strong of suspicious package sent to prominent Democrats and took possession of the suspect’s van.
Officials were seen towing away a white van completely covered in stickers.
The stickers featured messages supportive of President Donald Trump and showed several prominent Democrats in crosshairs.
"Multiple law enforcement sources told CNN the suspect is a man in his 50s with an Aventura, Florida, address, and was arrested at a business in Plantation, about 20 miles away in South Florida," CNN reported. "He has a criminal history and has ties to New York, the officials said. Additional details, such as his name, were not immediately released."
The report added: "Earlier Friday, authorities intercepted suspicious packages intended for Sen. Cory Booker and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, the latest to be sent to prominent Democrats and critics of President Donald Trump that were discovered earlier this week."
While some quickly claimed images of the van prove President Trump shares blame for the suspicious packages, others pointed out the obvious fact that the suspect is clearly mentally unwell.
Plus, the suspect's motive is still entirely unclear.
President Trump was expected to address the situation on Friday during an event for young black leaders at the White House.
"Republicans are doing so well in early voting, and at the polls, and now this 'Bomb' stuff happens and the momentum greatly slows - news not talking politics. Very unfortunate, what is going on," Trump tweeted on Friday morning. Republicans, go out and vote!"