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Police Say Vehicle in Parking Lot is Not a Mobile Meth Lab

Police Say Vehicle in Parking Lot is Not a Mobile Meth Lab

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(KSL News) Salt Lake County Sheriff's deputies have determined a vehicle left in a Wal-Mart parking lot is not a mobile meth lab.

The vehicle was found parked in a Wal-Mart parking lot near 4600 South and 900 East. Employees at the store got suspicious when the vehicle sat in the lot for about a week.

Deputies and haz-mat crews found evidence of a what they thought was a meth lab in the vehicle. However, narcotics officers now say the vehicle only contained drug paraphernalia.

The owner of the vehicle is still wanted for questioning.

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