Metal laundry baskets found in a house in Georgia have been found to contain traces of hydrogen sulfide, the same chemical used in the production of the deadly nerve agent sarin.
The metal laundry baskets, which had been placed in a locked cabinet, were found in the garage of a home in the city of Leesburg in January and January this year.
The containers were discovered by the owner of the home, who went to check on the baskets after they were discovered in his garage.
According to the Leesberg Police Department, the metal laundry bags contained hydrogen sulfides, which can be produced by the production process of chemical warfare agents.
Hesperus, which is produced by a chemical manufacturing company called Leesberry, is also used in manufacturing nerve agent nerve gas, the chemical that killed more than 2,000 people in a sarin attack in Damascus, Syria, in 2013.