The discovery was made Friday, after police were alerted to suspicious activity at the house. Officers found the back door broken down, and the containers of urine inside. They then called the state narcotics police task force and the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, The Hartford Courant reported Tuesday.
DEEP spokesman Dennis Schain said a contractor could safely remove the containers, under the agency's supervision.
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