COMOX VALLEY RESIDENTS surrendered 21 guns to the local RCMP so far during B.C. Gun Amnesty month.

Comox Valley RCMP have 21-gun salute for local residents

The Comox Valley RCMP has removed 21 guns from the community during the first half of the B.C. Gun Amnesty month.

The Comox Valley RCMP, along with the assistance of the public, has removed 21 guns from the community during the first half of the B.C. Gun Amnesty month.

People have been voluntarily coming forward during the past two weeks wanting to surrender unwanted or illegally owned firearms. Should someone have unwanted firearms, weapons or ammunition, that they may not be legally entitled to own, this is the perfect opportunity to help make both your home and our community a little bit safer. The B.C. Gun Amnesty continues until June 30.

People are reminded to please call the Comox Valley RCMP Detachment at 250-338-1321 should they require further information.

Please do not bring guns or weapons into the detachment without prior direction from an employee, we will have officers attend your home if necessary for pickup.

— Comox Valley RCMP

 

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