Police arrest three as sword and drugs seized
teenagers near Huddersfield Bus Station.
And last month another machete was recovered from a vehicle in Huddersfield town centre during an operation to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.
Concern has been expressed over a recent rise in knife crime in parts of Huddersfield.
West Yorkshire Police holds annual gun and weapon amnesties where the public are invited to hand in weapons with no questions asked.
Earlier this year a staggering 32 guns were handed in from Kirklees alone during a two-week amnesty, more than in Leeds and Bradford, and 34 other weapons – mainly knives – were given up.
In 2016 the weapons haul in Kirklees included an AK47 assault rifle.