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Tuesday, 26 January 2016

More than 60 weapons, including guns and knifes, surrendered to West Yorkshire Police during amnesty

More than 60 weapons, including guns and knifes, surrendered to West Yorkshire Police during amnesty

More than 60 weapons, including guns and knifes, surrendered to West Yorkshire Police during amnesty

MORE than 60 weapons – including guns and knives – have been surrendered in the first week of a West Yorkshire Police amnesty.
The amnesty aims to give people the chance to safely dispose of firearms, ammunition, knives and other weapons.
emporary Assistant Chief Constable Angela Williams said: "I am very pleased that we have had 60 weapons surrendered to date.
"These are weapons that can now never be used for illegal means.
"I would also remind people that there is still time for them to surrender their weapons and I would encourage people to do so."
Mark Burns-Williamson, West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, said: "This amnesty gives individuals a perfect opportunity to ensure weapons are disposed of safely and makes sure we are doing all we can to keep our communities safe and preventing potential crimes of the future."

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