Greenwich Police To Collect Unwanted Guns, Ammunition

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The Greenwich Police Department is hosting a firearm turn-in event Feb. 9. Photo Credit: File

GREENWICH, Conn. – The Greenwich police will be collecting all unwanted firearms and ammunition for destruction Feb. 9 at the Greenwich Public Safety Complex, according to a press release.

Greenwich police will be accepting all rifles, shotguns, assault weapons, non-operational weapons, ammunition, carrying cases, holsters, BB/pellet guns and any other additional dangerous weapons, such as swords or knives.

The event is a collection and not a buyback, so no compensation will be given for turning in a firearm.

All firearms must be unloaded and transported in the trunk of a vehicle or in a box or bag. Ammunition should be in a separate container from any firearm.

Contact Deective. Anthony Fiscella at 203-622-8021 for more information

The Greenwich Daily Voice will have more on this event Tuesday.

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