West Virginia sheriff’s department offering to x-ray Halloween candy

(CNN) — A sheriff’s office in West Virginia is offering to x-ray Halloween candy to help ease some parents’ worries.

Hancock County deputies have being scanning candy for four years now.

The machines can detect screws, razors or anything else that may be suspicious.

It doesn’t even require the candy to leave trick-or-treat bags.

Officers said every scan has come up clean since they first began x-raying candy.

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