Free poster to ward off trick or treaters this Halloween
YOU can enjoy Halloween this year without fear of ghosts, ghouls or giant pumpkins knocking on your door.
Devon and Cornwall Police have launched their 'Sorry...no trick or treat this Halloween' poster campaign for people who would rather opt out of the spooky traditions and trick or treating by means of a clear poster message.
The posters bear the words 'Sorry... no trick or treat this Halloween' and are being delivered to residents by neighbourhood teams over the next few weeks.
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Residents can also collect them from the city's police stations.
Neighbourhood policing Inspector, Paul Morgan, said: "Halloween activities are really popular and have grown immensely in recent years. For many people it is a fun event, where you get the chance to dress up and go out with friends.
"Whilst not wishing to discourage any of that, we ask trick-or-treaters to consider that there are some people, particularly elderly and vulnerable, who get worried if strangers call at the door during the evening.
"We're not here to ruin people's fun but we would urge trick-or-treaters to be aware that some people do not want to be disturbed. We would ask people not to call at homes displaying this poster."
The poster can also be obtained from local police teams or from Charles Cross station between 8am and 10pm and Crownhill station which open Tuesday to Friday 10am to 7pm and Saturday between 9am and 2pm.