BOSTON (CBS) – Ralph and Cheryl Antonelli had planned to head to Logan Airport Wednesday night. Those plans changed Monday when they heard from their daughter Tracy in China. “I was shocked,” Cheryl said. “I mean I was devastated and the look on her face. I mean Skype is a wonderful thing, but I could see her face and she was heartbroken.”
Monday morning, Tracy Antonelli went to the U.S. Consulate General’s Immigrant Visa Unit in Guangzhou, China. She had to leave her newly adopted daughter Rosalie’s passport there and was told to come back Tuesday to pick up the child’s visa. “When they left they found out about an hour later, they’d found a white envelope with a white substance,” Ralph said. The scare of the white powder shut the office down as police began to investigate.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Lana Jones Reports