La Surêté du Québec took to Twitter on January 25 to let the province's population know that "synthetic drug labs can be located anywhere."\nIn order to help locals attempt to spot such laboratories, a few "clues" were shared.\nEditor's Choice: One Of Those Iconic Colourful Victorian-Era Homes In The Plateau Is For Sale (PEEK INSIDE)\n\nLes laboratoires de drogues de synthèse peuvent se trouver n’importe où. Voici quelques indices pouvant vous mettre la puce à l’oreille. #LaMethFaitMal pic.twitter.com/5UYJpSMlTW— Sûreté du Québec (@sureteduquebec) January 25, 2021\n\nThe first indicators of a potential drug lab that Quebec police explained include "suspicious behaviour, ghostly neighbour, being present at unusual times, garbage rarely being taken out."\nAnother clue given was the smell of "chemical odours" in the surrounding area.\nIf the home appears to have "obstructed windows," Quebec police claim this could be another indication that a drug laboratory may exist inside.\nThe last hint we're given to spotting potential drug labs around us is if someone has "laboratory equipment and chemicals in [their] garbage."\nLa Surêté du Québec has been showing its concern for the existence of synthetic drug labs in the province by using the hashtag #LaMethFaitMal on Twitter.\n\nSaviez-vous que la production d’un kilogramme de méthamphétamine génère environ six kilogrammes de déchets toxiques? Ceux-ci, généralement jetés de façon illégale, contaminent l’environnement et posent un risque sanitaire pour la population. #LaMethFaitMal pic.twitter.com/GESygxADXq— Sûreté du Québec (@sureteduquebec) January 20, 2021\n\nFacts about the creation of meth have also been shared on its Twitter account.\n"Did you know that producing one kilogram of methamphetamine generates approximately six kilograms of toxic waste? These, usually thrown away illegally, contaminate the environment and pose a health risk to the population."\nThe SQ asks that you call 1-800-711-1800 if you notice any of the seven clues they shared in your area.\n\nThis article's cover photo was used for illustrative purposes only.