Needles found in Halloween candy in Pennslyvania

Sewing needles were discovered inside of a number of candy bars given out on Halloween in Pennslyvania, police said.

Officers in Kennett Square, Pennslyvania received a call at about 12 a.m. Sunday claiming that sewing needles were found inside five wrapped Twix candy bars, the police department wrote on Facebook.

On November 1, 2015 the Kennett Square Police Department received reports of Halloween candy that had been tampered with...

Police said the candy bars were given to four different children while trick-or-treating, according to FOX 29.

The person who reported the candy to police said they had seen a Facebook post describing a Snickers bar with needles in it, which led them to check their own candy.

Investigators said it was not known whether the candy was tampered with by a local individual or during some other level of the distribution process.

Anyone with information was urged to contact the Kennett Square Police Department at 610-268-3171 or 610-444-0501. Anyone wishing to provide information anonymously can do so via an anonymous tip line at 610-444-5580.

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