There are some sick people in this world…a bunch of trick or treaters discovered sewing needles inside their candy bars last night. More after the jump.

In Kennett Square, Chester County P.A, police are investigating multiple reports of children who when bit into their Twix bite size candy, discovered more than just a chocolatey treat. Incidents started to be reported around midnight heading into Sunday morning, right around the time many trick or treaters finished their neighborhood rounds and started to indulge.

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One man reported to police after once he saw a Facebook post, from an undisclosed source, that their children’s candy had been laced with sewing needles. This led to the man checking his children’s candy, finding the needles embedded in theirs as well.

The victims were going door-to-door for Halloween in the Stenning Hills area which borders South Union Street and West South Street, where needles were found in five different candies given out to four different children.

Investigations are under way as it is unconfirmed as of now whether the candy was tampered with personally, by the store supplier, or an even higher level of distribution.

Police are urging parents to check their children’s candy vigorously and anyone with similar cases to immediately contact the Kennett Square Police Department at 610-268-3171 or 610-444-0501. If you wish to report anonymously you can call 610-444-5580.

No other incidents have been reported since these several cases.