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POLICE DEPARTMENT STILL ACCEPTING WEAPONS

The Virgin Islands Police Department is still accepting weapons, acting Police Commission Franz Christian has announced.
if you have a weapon and feel for any reason that you no longer want or need it, the police are urging and encouraging you to turn it in.
It is not necessary to wait for another amnesty.
If you intend to keep your weapon, please take every precaution in safeguarding it, Christian said.
Every weapon taken off the streets is another life saved, he said, adding, "Remember, the life you save may be your own."

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The Virgin Islands Police Department is still accepting weapons, acting Police Commission Franz Christian has announced.
if you have a weapon and feel for any reason that you no longer want or need it, the police are urging and encouraging you to turn it in.
It is not necessary to wait for another amnesty.
If you intend to keep your weapon, please take every precaution in safeguarding it, Christian said.
Every weapon taken off the streets is another life saved, he said, adding, "Remember, the life you save may be your own."