Knives seized in Latchford police raids

Knives seized in Latchford police raids

Knives were seized in a series of police raids in Latchford

Knives seized in Latchford police raids

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WEAPONS were seized by Cheshire Police during a series of raids in Latchford on Wednesday.

Officers from Warrington South NPU carried out warrants on Boydell Avenue, Bowman Avenue, Minerva Close, and York Street.

A stockpile of knives was found at the address on Bowman Avenue.

Two men were arrested and have been questioned by police.

The warrants were carried out following tip-offs from residents.

Anyone with information can call police on 101.

 

 

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10:26pm Thu 4 Sep 14

richiepooh says...

Its illegal to own knives?
Its illegal to own knives? richiepooh
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10:29pm Thu 4 Sep 14

richiepooh says...

back in the 80s I bought a collection of hunting knives etc all gruesome looking things from a police auction at Littons, must have been 30 or so confiscated from football hooligans a assumed, bowie, rambo style hunting knives, are you saying they could then come and raid my house, confiscate them again and sell them to another person?

seems like a good business to be in to me.
back in the 80s I bought a collection of hunting knives etc all gruesome looking things from a police auction at Littons, must have been 30 or so confiscated from football hooligans a assumed, bowie, rambo style hunting knives, are you saying they could then come and raid my house, confiscate them again and sell them to another person? seems like a good business to be in to me. richiepooh
  • Score: 8

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