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UCF Police issue BOLO for white man wearing LeBron James jersey in connection with today's hazmat incident on campus 

Earlier this morning at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, a man wearing a LeBron James jersey, threw white powder into the air while a class was in session, causing a hazmat situation and evacuation of the building:


According to a report on Twitter, the suspect paraphrased LeBron James when he announced that he was going to play in Miami back in 2010:


And the powder is a LeBron trademark gesture as well:

A LeBron James jersey from his time in Miami, not Cleveland:

Apparently a smaller Asian man is also a suspect, but he doesn’t appear to be an NBA fan:

It sounds like a stunt, but what kind of a**hat would do this in Florida after last week’s shooting?


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