HOMER CITY, Pa. (KDKA) – State police in Indiana County say they are investigating a possible methamphetamine manufacturing facility.

Troopers say they received a tip on Wednesday regarding the manufacturing of methamphetamine in the area of Buffington Township. Responding troopers canvased the area and found items related to the manufacturing of meth inside of a plastic bag along Stewart Hollow Road.

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The state police’s Clandestine Laboratory Response Team was notified and investigators were able to collect the contraband without incident.

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Police say based on the evidence collected at the scene and additional information, an unidentified adult male was identified as a suspect.

Charges are pending against the man from Homer City, Pa., according to state troopers.

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Pennsylvania State Police encourages anyone with information related to suspected illegal drug activity to call their 24-hour Drug Trafficking Tip Line at 1-877-PA-NODRUGS.