Did you go to the Donald Trump rally in Prescott Valley? Was your knife confiscated? Police are ready for you to come pick it up.
Nearly 200 people had their knives confiscated at the Donald Trump rally in Prescott Valley. Of the 7,000 attendees, 200 had their weapons taken by Transportation Security Administration officials.
Police in Prescott Valley say all those knives are now ready to be claimed.
You'll need to describe the brand of the knife, the number of blades as well as other characteristics of the weapon, officials said via a Facebook post.
If you don't claim your knife, it will be disposed of.
The knives can be picked up at the Prescott Valley Police Department's records office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Questions? Contact police at the non-emergency number, which is (928) 772-9267.