Needles found in halloween candy

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LOGAN COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- An alert for you now about your Halloween candy. If your kids still have some.

The Logan County Sheriff’s office says it’s investigating needles found in candy.

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The person who filed the report told police they found two needles in a fun size Snickers bar that likely came from a home in the Russellville city limits.

If you still have candy, check the packaging and the treat carefully before eating it.

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