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Detectives at Ely Police station took on the sharp end of operations when a five-week knife amnesty turned up a variety of weapons from the city s streets. Operation Bladestop was launched to coincide with a national amnesty and across the division a tota

Detectives at Ely Police station took on the sharp end of operations when a five-week knife amnesty turned up a variety of weapons from the city's streets. Operation Bladestop was launched to coincide with a national amnesty and across the division a total of 571 knives were handed in. These included 335 domestic knives and 210 weapons.

Pictured with the knives handed across the counter at Ely Police station is police officer, Ellie Ives.

Photo: HELEN DRAKE.


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