Maine Drug Agents have busted a methamphetamine manufacturing operation in a Greenbush mobile home.

Drug agents executed a search warrant at a mobile home on the Main Road in Greenbush Tuesday evening. Inside the home they found a significant amount of evidence related to the manufacturing of meth, using the 'one-pot' or 'shake and bake' method.

MDEA officials say they have a suspect in mind, but they haven't located the person and are not releasing his/her name at this time. All they will say is that the suspect was staying at 45 Main Road in Greenbush but does not own the mobile home.

This is the 40th meth-related incident in Maine in 2015. The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency was assisted at the scene by the Penobscot County Sheriff's Office, the Maine Fire Marshal's Office, the Greenbush Fire Department, and the Maine Department of Environmental Protection.

Anyone with information concerning drug trafficking in their community is urged to contact their local law enforcement agency or the closest MDEA task force office. They can also call and leave a message on MDEA's tip-line at 1-800-452-6457.