What a "one-pot" meth lab looks like. Not actual meth lab found. (NH1 file photo)

Jun 15, 2016 4:29 PM

Police say meth ingredients found in car, apartment in Littleton


LITTLETON - Police say they removed several items used to manufacture methamphetamine from a vehicle and apartment at Parker Village and that arrests are coming soon.

Police say they received information on Friday about the alleged production of what's known as "one-pot" meth, which like all meth production, is considered dangerous because the by-products are highly explosive and can lead to both fires and harmful fumes.

Police say they are continuing their investigation and that arrests are pending.

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