More than 100 knives off the streets of Cumbria

More than 100 knives off the streets of Cumbria
 

More than 100 weapons - ranging from samurai swords to machetes - have been surrendered to police after a week-long operation to tackle knife crime.
And officers have revealed that some of them had been in the hands of children before being handed over in the amnesty.
In the week running up to Monday, people were able to anonymously hand in dozens of unwanted weapons to bins at six police stations.
Superintendent Mark Pannone told the News & Star: "We have managed to get 113 knives off the streets thanks to the public, who have come into our stations over the last week. They have... read more

 
27 September 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 46
Source: News & Star
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