Niagara Regional Police are now investigating a total of four cases of candy tampering. A small razor blade in a bite size Twix bar in Fort Erie, while a nail was found inside a mini KitKat bar in Thorold and a girl in Niagara on the Lake found a pencil sharpener blade in a Mini Mars bar. There was also a case in Niagara Falls where a child found a metal blade inside an O’Henry bar after trick or treating in north end St. Catharines. Police are reminding parents to carefully inspect their children’s candy and make sure the wrapping is intact and has not been tampered with.
Should parents take away their kids Halloween candy? Is that an overreaction or can you be too safe when it comes to your children’s safety?