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Criminals' seized money funds Isle of Man educational films

23 December 2013 Last updated at 11:00 GMT

Money taken from Isle of Man criminals is being used to partly fund a series of educational films covering subjects including drugs and bullying.

The Isle of Man constabulary has contributed around £20,000 from its seized asset fund to the project.

The short film, currently being made in Manchester, follows free runner Will Sutton's character 'Ben' who becomes addicted to mephedrone.

Mr Sutton said the aim was to provide a "powerful and hard-hitting message".

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