The black, oily substance first appeared on at least six driveways in Harrison Township, Michigan, on Sunday
The mystery substance was seen on resident's roofs, cars and porches
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality officials collected samples of the substance on Wednesday
Residents originally believed that the substance could have come from the nearby Selfridge Air National Guard Base
The airbase released a statement saying it was not coming from their area
It could be at least a week before the city discovers what the substance is
he city's fire chief sad that it is not bird droppings and is not flammable, according to WXYZ.
Harrison Township resident Paul Schlutow, 73, said 'everybody's concerned' about the substance and the major concern is that the substance could potentially be harmful.
Residents originally believed that the substance could have come from the nearby Selfridge Air National Guard Base, but the base released a statement saying it was not coming from their location.
'There is no indication that the substance in question came from a military aircraft of any type,' the statement said.
The statement said the airbase has 'been in communication with the Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality, which was sending a representative to the area in question to review the material'.
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