'Zombie' style knife handed to Torquay police station during amnesty

(Last Updated On: February 16, 2018)

Devon and Cornwall Police posted a photo of a ‘zombie’ style knife handed into Torquay police enquiry office during this week’s knife amnesty.

The amnesty began on 12th February and members of the public will be able dispose knives and at designated police stations without fear of prosecution.

This includes knives, “zombie” knives, swords, kitchen knives, lock knives, unwanted collectibles, replicas and ceremonial items and any unwanted bladed weapon.

A number of knives have been handed into Torquay and other enquiry offices.

The amnesty ends on 18th February.

If you have any type of knife or bladed weapon that you don’t want you can dispose of it anonymously at these police enquiry offices, but please check weekend opening times here first: www.dc.police.uk/PEO

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