BOSTON — Have an unwanted gun? If you trade it in to Boston Police today, you’ll get a $100 gift card, no questions asked.
The annual effort by the Boston Police Department to take firearms off city streets kicks off on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Police are asking city residents to trade in their guns as part of its “Guns for Gift Cards” buyback program.
Residents may drop off guns at one of these six designated locations:
New Life Restoration Temple, 38-40 Centre Street, Codman Square, Dorchester
Central Assembly of God Church, 50 Bennington St., East Boston
Sacred Heart Church, 169 Cummins Highway, Roslindale
McCormack Housing Development, 345 Old Colony Ave., South Boston
Salvation Army, 1500 Washington St., South End
Prince Hall Masonic Lodge, 24 Washington St., Dorchester
For more information, call 617-343-4827.
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