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Appeal for public to keep Island safe as weapons surrender ends

Air rifles, shotguns and knives handed in during amnesty

All Manx residents have a duty to ensure the Isle of Man is a safe place.

That's the message from Sergeant Scott Mylchreest on the final day of the Isle of Man Constabulary's weapons surrender.

Air rifles, shotguns and hunting knives have all been handed in at police stations since the Manx force announced the amnesty last month.

Sergeant Mylchreest says the Island only becomes safer with fewer weapons on the streets:

Bins for weapons to be disposed of are available at the Island's police stations.

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