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Police plan knife amnesty in ongoing fight against knife crime


POLICE are planning a knife amnesty in Warrington later this month as part of their ongoing fight against Knife Crime.

They will be carrying out a week of Knife Surrender from 26th April.
A knife bin will be taken out to set locations and police are asking people to bring down ANY knives that are not needed and put them in our Bins for destruction.

Lots of knives sit in the kitchen drawers or in sheds gathering dust and never used. If someone was to take one of these from the drawer would you notice?
This happens regularly and Police find that lots of knives found on young people are sharp kitchen knives.
This is a chance to get rid of ANY knives. Police will provide further details on where to look out for the bin knives in the coming days.


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