CASSOPOLIS, Mich. (WWJ/AP) – Hunters in southwestern Michigan are being warned to watch for waste related to methamphetamine.

Cass County authorities say it’s unfortunate that meth makers dump their waste in rural areas.

“The components typically found in meth lab dump sites are drain cleaner, cut battery casings, Coleman fuel cans, coffee filters, instant cold packs, fertilizer stakes, pop bottles with plastic tubing protruding from the lid, aluminum foil, funnels and pop bottles with an off colored sludge in the bottom,” officials said in a statement.

Hunters are being told to call police and not touch anything.

Anyone who finds a meth lab dumpsite is urged to contact the Cass County Sheriff’s office at 269-445-2481.

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