Gun amnesty 'making north Wales safer'
A gun amnesty across north Wales has seen more than 50 handguns, rifles and shotguns handed over, along with ammunition and air weapons.
The two-week campaign saw firearms left at police stations across the region, and ran in conjunction with other forces in north-west England.
Ch Insp Richie Green said it meant north Wales was a safer place - as he described the haul.
22 Apr 2016
- From the section Wales