102 knives and weapons surrendered in Avenham as part of Operation Sceptre

Posted on - 18th November, 2021 - 8:57am | Author - | Posted in - Avenham, Crime, Lancashire Police, Preston News
These knives were handed in to a knife surrender bin. Pic: Preston Police

As part of Operation Sceptre, Preston police officers emptied the knife surrender bin on Princess Street in Avenham.


A total of 102 knives and other weapons have been surrendered by members of the public, and therefore are out of circulation.

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Officers are urging more to come forward and bin their knives to make the streets of Preston a safer place.

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