The Waller County Sheriff’s Office discovered over 50 gallons of liquid methamphetamine on Monday.
The sheriff’s office says one of its K-9 deputies and a partner were requested by federal and other agencies to assist on a tip about a possible storage location of bulk amounts of narcotics in the county.
Officials received consent from the resident of the home to search the property. They located and seized approximately 53 gallons of liquid methamphetamine, which the sheriff’s office says can yield over 200 kilograms of crystal meth once cooked.
The meth had an estimated value of $600,000.
Investigation is ongoing. No suspects have been identified.