Craig Fire/Rescue firefighters and members of the Moffat County Hazmat Team prepare Friday to enter a home at 826 Colorado St., a vacant residence believed to contain the remnants of a dormant methamphetamine lab. “At this point, we have no idea who was responsible” for creating the lab, said Marvin Cameron, All Crimes Enforcement Team commander.

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Craig Fire/Rescue firefighters and members of the Moffat County Hazmat Team prepare Friday to enter a home at 826 Colorado St., a vacant residence believed to contain the remnants of a dormant methamphetamine lab. “At this point, we have no idea who was responsible” for creating the lab, said Marvin Cameron, All Crimes Enforcement Team commander.

ACET investigating possible meth lab in Craig

The All Crimes Enforcement Team is investigating what officers believe is a dormant methamphetamine lab found in a vacant home at 826 Colorado St.

“(Officers are) in the process of sampling right now” to determine if methamphetamine was created in the residence, ACET Commander Marvin Cameron said Friday afternoon.

The lab appears to have been confined to one room in the house, which is not occupied and is foreclosure, he said.

“It’s small,” Cameron said. “It’s old. It’s not active.”

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