Parts of meth lab found in Sussex Co. wildlife area

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is looking for information surrounding the discovery of a meth lab in the Nanticoke Wildlife Area south of Seaford near Bethel.

An office of the Laurel Police Department made the initial discovery of materials that are used in making methamphetamines.  The discovery was made January 29th.  They notified the Fish and Wildlife and the Criminal divisions of DNREC.

DNREC is asking that anyone with information to please call them at 302-739-4580.

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