Suitcase found at thrift shop contains meth-making tools

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ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. —

A suitcase containing items used to make meth was found at a thrift shop on Wednesday.

An employee of This & That Thrift Shop found a black rolling suitcase around 9:30 a.m. outside of the store.

The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office responded to the store after the employee went through the bag. According to the SJSO police report, items are commonly dropped off as donations.

An active meth lab was not found, the report said. The reports said that officers did find three used coffee filters with white powered inside, lithium batteries, pieces of torn up pseudoephedrine boxes, used blister packs and an empty package, which contained cold packets.

The white substances tested positive for methamphetamine, the release said.

No other chemicals were reportedly found.