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DAYTON — Police and a hazardous materials crew removed a box full of ingredients and tools used to make methamphetamine from the porch of a vacant house in Dayton Tuesday afternoon.

A Realtor reported finding the box outside of 1965 Gondert Ave, according to a police incident report. That house is four doors down from Kemp Elementary School.

Police responded at 3:55 p.m. Tuesday and found materials including plastic bottles with unknown liquid residue, cans of camp fuel, a gallon sized bottle of acid, plastic tubing, empty pseudo-ephedrine packets, trash bags and coffee filters.

Neighbors told police that the house has been empty for over a year and the box had been there since at least Thursday. No one witnessed the box being placed there.

Police had no suspects in the case as of Wednesday afternoon.



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