A Peterborough mother is speaking out, after discovering a blade in her child’s Halloween candy.
Amanda Crowley says the blade appears to have come from a pencil sharpener.
“This is real I did not inspect the wrapper or the candy I really didn’t think about it as you don’t expect this, I unwrapped it and popped it into my mouth I didn’t notice anything. The blade had to have been in there lengthwise,” Amanda Crowley said on her Facebook page.
It was found lodged inside a small tootsie roll.
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Crowley says she’s thankful that she discovered it, instead of her child.
Peterborough Police are investigating.
— More to come.
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