Shotguns, imitation weapons and 13 air guns were among real and imitation firearms handed in to the Metropolitan Police during a two-week amnesty.

The campaign, which ran for two weeks and ended on Sunday, December 6, gave people the opportunity to hand in weapons anonymously and possibly avoid prosecution.

A total of 25 weapons were handed in by December 4.

For a full breakdown of the weapons surrendered in your area by that date, see below:

Richmond - shotgun cartridges

Kingston - one air gun

Merton - one shotgun and cartridge, three air rifles and one paint ball gun

Wandsworth - one air rifle

Croydon - one air pistol, pellets, CO2 gas cylinders

Sutton - one black handgun & ammunition

Other weapons handed in to the Met include:

Enfield - one pistol, cartridge and holster

Hounslow - one shotgun

Kensington & Chelsea - shotgun cartridges

Westminster - one handgun and ammunition

Hammersmith & Fulham - one deactivated AK47 and shotgun shells

Tower Hamlets – bullets

Redbridge - two air rifles and pellets

Southwark - a quantity of ammunition

Lewisham - one handgun, two rifles and one GAT air pistol

Bromley - one handgun

Brent - one black firearm (no further details at this time)

Greenwich - blank firing ammunition and other ammunition

Bexley - three air weapons

Barnet - one shotgun

For more information about how to surrender firearms or ammunition your local police. If you have any information regarding gun or gang crime you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or access a secure online form via In an emergency always call 999.