The Oswego County Sheriff’s Department says it acted on a tip and searched a home in the town of Williamstown today.
The department says the home contained items commonly used to make methamphetamine.
The home is at 581 CC Rd., Altmar.
Deputies pored over the home today, along with members of the New York State Police and the Department of Environmental Conservation.
Sheriff Reuel “Mo” Todd said the State Police provided their experts to help dismantle the alleged meth cooking equipment. The process used to make meth is very dangerous; explosions are not uncommon.
Todd said no one was home when police arrived, and they are looking for the person who lived there.