Makeshift meth lab uncovered in New Hampshire
SEABROOK, N.H. -- Police in New Hampshire say they've dismantled a makeshift methamphetamine lab that was uncovered near some high-tension power lines in Seabrook.
Seabrook police say an employee for a company that was maintaining land around the power lines discovered propane tanks, an air tank, a gas burner, a container of hydrochloric acid and other items on Thursday.
Police said the items were apparently part of a makeshift lab used to manufacture methamphetamine. Cleanup crews in hazmat suits later removed and disposed of the items.
No arrests have been made.
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