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Radioactive material shipped to Texas A&M located after reported missing

A shipment of radioactive material weighing 27 pounds sent to an on-campus office at Texas A&M University reported missing has been located, officials announced Tuesday.

The university released the following statement Tuesday afternoon:

"Texas A&M University has located the radioactive source package that was missing. It was found in one of our secure hazardous material storage facilities. The package was unopened, undamaged and in its original shipping condition. The package is safe for transportation and storage and the community was never in any danger.”

A FedEx spokesperson told Fox News on Tuesday the package was delivered to the university as scheduled on August 21.

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