The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency has dismantled a suspected methamphetamine lab at 481 Stone Road in the York County town of Newfield.

Agents took apart about 10 so-called “one-pot” meth containers at the property Tuesday, according to a news release from Stephen McCausland, spokesman for the Maine Department of Public Safety.

Suspects have been identified but not yet charged, he said.

Deputies from the York County Sheriff’s Office noticed several items commonly used in the manufacture of methamphetamine outside a mobile home on the property when they went there Monday to serve paperwork to a resident renting the home, according to the release.

They notified the MDEA, which returned Tuesday along with members of the Newfield Fire Department and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.

This is the 13th investigation of a suspected meth lab in Maine this year.