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Sep 20, 2016 8:07 AM

Manchester puts $10,000 of 'blood money' up for approval to clean up crime scenes


MANCHESTER - The city could be getting $10,000 to help pay for contractors to help clean up crime scenes on public property.

The "blood money" - requested by Manchester health and public safety officials - was approved by a city committee on Monday, according to the Union Leader. The money would come from the city's contingency account.

The $10,000 would specifically be tabbed for crime scenes left with blood and bodily fluids to clean up. Homicides typically cost a couple hundred dollars to clean, according to the paper.

This comes after several crimes in the past few months that scenes that need to be cleaned up. The request is now up for board approval.

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