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NORTH VERNON, Ind. — A Jennings County methamphetamine investigation led to the discovery of numerous guns, a video-surveillance system and two motorcycles missing identification numbers.

Deputy Karen McCoy located a lab operation hidden near Road 550E and Road 700N Sunday, according to police reports. That lab led to a nearby residence where deputies discovered more methamphetamine production equipment and ingredients.

Deputies secured the home until they received a search warrant. Inside the home officers discovered more chemicals used in the production of methamphetamine, a video-surveillance system and numerous guns throughout the home. Two motorcycles were discovered that were missing their Vehicle Identification Numbers.

The Indiana State Police meth suppression unit assisted in securing the lab and the chemicals.

No arrests have been made, but officers expect to file charges and request arrests warrants. The investigation is continuing.

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