AUSTIN -- The Austin police bomb squad and hazmat crew responded to the Whole Women's Health clinic off I-35 in Northeast Austin Wednesday morning.
The clinic staff discovered two manila envelopes taped to the doors.
Police said the envelopes were addressed to the clinic, and indicated they contained court documents. The handwritten note also instructed that the envelopes be presented to a manager.
The staff called police, and police called the Travis County Justice of Peace to see if the envelopes contained legitimate court papers. The Justice of the Peace said no papers were delivered to that address.
Later it was determined that the papers were delivered by Hays County.
Austin Police said the Whole Women's Clinic in San Antonio had the same scenario Wednesday morning. Staff there opened the envelope and found documents inside.
Police say only paperwork, and no suspicious substances were found in the Austin envelopes when they were x-rayed. Staff members at the clinic are back at work.