Cambridgeshire Police are holding a knife amnesty in Peterborough.
Bins to hand weapons in without prosecution will be outside Thorpe Wood and Bridge Street police.
Between September last year and this year there were 41 robberies in the city involving a knife or bladed instrument.
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Meet the man whose job it is to try to regulate punting businesses offering trips along the river Cam in Cambridge.
Jed Ramsay has been river manager for the 'Cam Conservancy' authority for just 18 months - and much of that time has been spent in disputes with unlicensed punt operators.
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Two men have been jailed for an aggravated burglary in Peterborough, during which they shot at the victim and a witness with a pellet gun.
Airidas Sulga, 19, and Osvaldas Milius, 18, broke into a house in Welland Road on 1 May, stealing a tablet computer.
When the victim and a witness chased the offenders, they opened fire on them in the street. They continued to give chase, but Sulga and Milius managed to escape.
Both men pleaded guilty in front of Peterborough Crown Court.
Milius has been sentenced to four years in prison for burglary and four months for theft.
He has also been jailed to two months for possession of a Class A drug, which will run at the same time as the other sentences.
Sulga has been to sentenced to five years in a young offender institute for forfeiture and destruction of the weapon used in the incident.
They have each been made to pay £900 in court costs and a victim surcharge of £120.
"This was nasty incident which left its victim and a witness badly shaken.
"This result should act as a warning that we will bring criminals to justice and work tirelessly to investigate crime and keep people safe in their communities.
"Sulga and Milius were identified, charged and convicted thanks some excellent detective, case-building and forensic work. My thanks goes to all those involved."
Cambridgeshire singer Sam Smith has released a short clip of the hotly anticipated video to his Bond theme tune.
He tweeted it to fans this afternoon.
'Writing's on the Wall' received a mixed response from critics when it was released on Friday, but it looks set to be the first Bond song to top the UK charts.
It'll feature on the opening credits of 'Spectre', which opens in cinemas in October.
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