HOULTON — Drug officials say they’ve uncovered evidence of a methamphetamine laboratory in northern Maine.

The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency said agents were sent Monday afternoon to a wooded area in Houlton, where they emerged with garbage bags full of items they say were used to make the highly addictive drug.

Agents then searched two nearby trailer homes where they say they seized chemicals, solvents and other items used to make methamphetamine.

No arrests have been made, but DEA officials say they’ll work with the local district attorney’s office to file charges once the investigation is complete.