Dangerous objects found in Halloween candy, Durham police say

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Police in Durham are reminding parents to be extra vigilant after receiving two reports of foreign objects found embedded in Halloween candy.

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Investigators say the candies were collected Oct. 31 in the areas of Geta Circle and Pickering Pkwy. in Pickering and Galahad Dr. and Gladfern St. in Oshawa.

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There were no reported injuries, police added.

Cops are advising families to check their children’s Halloween treats thoroughly, and if any seems suspicious, contains material that is not original to the product or has been opened or tampered with, to not eat it.

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

This follows other reported incidents of Halloween candy that were potentially tampered with across the Greater Toronto Area.

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Toronto Police were called Sunday to a home in the McRoberts Ave. and St. Clair Ave. W. area after an adult bit down on a nail in a piece of pre-wrapped candy.

The adult sustained minor injuries, but did not ingest the nail.

In Mississauga, Peel police received two reports of tainted candy bars handed out on Halloween.

In the first incident, a needle was found embedded in a chocolate bar in a neighbourhood south of Mississauga Rd., between Portway Ave. and Gatley Rd.

Another needle was found in a chocolate candy in Lorne Park, near Indian Rd. and Indian Grove.

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