PINE TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – State police are investigating meth manufacturing in Pine Township, Indiana County after a dump site was found.
Police say they got information about meth manufacturing in the area of Malloy Hollow Road, and a trooper canvased the area and found several plastic bags along the roadside in a wooded area.READ MORE: Gov. Wolf And Democratic Lawmakers Looking To Help Communities Affected By Climate Change
A clandestine laboratory response team was sent out to the scene. Police say they processed 22 suspected one-pot vessels and 26 acid generators along with empty chemicals and packages used to make meth.READ MORE: Squirrel Hill Businesses, Traffic Adjust To Power Outages Following Storms
They did not find any evidence leading them to a suspect.MORE NEWS: Pennsylvania Republicans Eye Referendums To Get Past Gov. Wolf's Vetoes
Anyone with information about illegal drug activity is asked to call the state police or local law enforcement. Anonymous reports can also be made through 1-877-PA-NODRUGS.