Police forces across the North West have teamed up in a major crackdown on criminals importing dangerous weapons via post.
In the last month 180 knives, swords and other offensive weapons, that had been ordered online to be sent to people in the North West, have been intercepted.
Many of the weapons were disguised and labelled as something completely different, according to Lancashire Police.
Police forces in Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Cumbria, Cheshire, Merseyside and North Wales have been working with the National Crime Agency as part of the initiative.
Martial arts swords, hunting and butterfly knives, knuckle dusters and skinning knives, including taser devices disguised as car fobs are only some of the weapons that have been seized by Border Control.
Detective Superintendent Ryan Davies from the North West Regional Organised Crime Unit said:
Chief Inspector Steven Anderton, from Lancashire Constabulary's Violence Reduction Unit, said:
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