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OAKLAND CITY, Ind. (AP) – Police have obtained an arrest warrant for the person they believe was manufacturing methamphetamine at a southwestern Indiana school.

Police say the drug activity was discovered Wednesday when a suspicious 2-liter bottle was spotted at the East Gibson School Corp.’s main campus in Oakland City. That campus includes Wood Memorial High School and an elementary school.

Oakland City Police Chief Alec Hensley tells the Princeton Daily Clarion (http://bit.ly/rU55DP) that the bottle was in an area off limits to students and most staff members and that a search of the campus found nothing else suspicious.

Police obtained the warrant Thursday. Hensley wouldn’t say whether the person being sought for arrest worked at the school, but said the person wasn’t a student.