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Possible drug lab discovered in Rowley storage unit

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Police discovered a suspected drug manufacturing lab in a storage unit Tuesday, said a spokesman for the Rowley Fire Department. Rowley police raided ABZ Self Storage at 1000 Haverhill Street and discovered materials used in the production or conversion of an unspecified illegal drug, said Fire Department spokesman Don Dupray. Rowley firefighters, a hazardous materials team, and a bomb squad were also called to the scene due to the potential for flammable materials or explosives, but none was found, Dupray said.

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