LAURENS, S.C. — After wash owners discovered crystal methamphetamine materials in the trash at their carwash, the Sheriff’s Office was called in to investigate, according to station WLGB.

The officers used special equipment to sort through the garbage and several items associated with the drug were found.

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Among the items found in the trash were bottles of pill wash, Sudafed capsules, lithium batteries, butane fluid and bottles containing a white residue, the article noted.

The items were documented and then properly disposed of, according to the article.

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