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Check collected Halloween candy for dangerous objects: police

Durham Police investigators have received two reports of foreign objects in Halloween candy collected on October 31st in Pickering and Oshawa.

DRPS is reminding the public to stay vigilant when sorting through their children’s Halloween Candy.

DRPS has received two reports of Halloween candy with foreign objects embedded inside them.  The candies were collected in the areas of Geta Circle and Pickering Parkway in Pickering and Galahad Drive and Gladfern Street in Oshawa.  No physical injuries have been reported, said a police statement.

DRPS would like to remind all parents to check their children’s Halloween candies thoroughly prior to any consumption.  If any candy seems suspicious, contains material that is not original to the product, or has been opened or tampered with, please do not eat it, it said.

Anyone that has located candy with embedded or foreign objects is asked to contact DRPS at 1-888-579-1520.

No further details were released.

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