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Safety first on Halloween

Faith Egbuonu
October 25, 2018 08:10 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.— Halloween is right around the corner and parents across the state planning for a fun and safe night.

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"My best advice is for kids is to go out with parents or adults and be in groups of three to six or more," said Guy Knight, who owns Salt Creek Mercantile in Roswell.

Police also have words of advice.

They say parents should check all the treats their children collect before they are eaten. They also recommend that children stay away from unfamiliar houses or residents.

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