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Weapons amnesty aiming to clean up Island streets 

Police are urging people to take advantage of a current weapons amnesty in a bid to clean up the Island's streets. 

Collection boxes are now situated at all police stations on the Isle of Man - people can drop off items with no questions asked

The amnesty launched yesterday and will run until February 28th - police will collect air weapons, firearms, ammunition, knives, swords and stun guns. 

PC Carl Woods is in charge of the firearms division - he says anything handed in will be destroyed:

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