Secret Service: No Leads On Who Brought Cocaine Into White House 

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(Washington, DC)  --  The Secret Service is closing its investigation into the discovery of cocaine at the White House after failing to identify a suspect.  

Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene says the investigation is incomplete.

The law enforcement agency said it was unable to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the West Executive Avenue entrance where the cocaine was discovered.  

Testing  reportedly failed to reveal sufficient DNA or fingerprint evidence and surveillance camera footage was reviewed but produced no leads.  

A Secret Service officer reportedly spotted the small plastic baggie on July 2nd in a storage cubby used to temporarily store electronic and personal devices.