The anthrax cleanup at the former American Media Inc. building in Boca Raton has taken another twist. It may even have some officials all shook up. Some 600 to 800 boxes of decontaminated photos (4.5 million photos) from the tabloid publisher's extensive library have been removed from the building - with permission from the U.S. Environmental Agency, which has been overseeing the cleanup. But no one seems to know where the boxes went. Inside those boxes may be the framed "Elvis in his coffin" photo that graced the cover of the National Enquirer soon after the singer's death in 1977. Palm Beach County health officials don't know where the boxes went. Anthrax was mailed to the AMI building in the Arvida Park of Commerce in October 2001 - only weeks after the 9/11 attacks and before similar outbreaks were reported at other media outlets and government buildings.