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Kust James Arcadia Police Department

Kust James Arcadia Police Department

Police in Arcadia, Wisconsin, are warning parents to check their children's Halloween candy after needles were discovered in various sweets.

At 7 p.m. Tuesday, officers were called to the 400 block of S. Lake Street.

According to police, the needles were not visible until the candy was opened and broken in half. Police say they'll submit the candy to the crime lab for testing.

Wisc-TV reported on Wednesday that local police in cities of Arcadia and Neenah received reports from parents about the incidents, which appeared to be isolated.

Police in Bathurst say a nail was found in a chocolate bar collected in the Parkwood Heights area Tuesday evening, although the exact address is unknown.

Police say a mother found nails in some of her son's Halloween candy following trick-or-treating in Neenah, Wis.

The department wants parents to thoroughly check their children's candy before they eat it and throw out anything that looks suspicious.

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