Knife taken off Rubery street, thanks to report from the public - The Bromsgrove Standard

Knife taken off Rubery street, thanks to report from the public

Bromsgrove Editorial 8th Feb, 2023   0

THIS knife was found in Rubery this morning, thanks to a report from a member of the public.

The resident approached PC Marc Ginder and PCSO Stuart Taylor while they were on foot patrol in the village early this morning.

The person had seen the knife being hidden nearby.

The officers seized the weapon and it will now be destroyed.




Anyone wanting to report knife crime can do so by calling 101.

Those wanting to surrender weapons can take them to the knife bin which is in Morrisons Rubery car park.


 

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