WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (UPI) -- Fort Lauderdale, Fla., firm Atico International USA is recalling Halloween Mini Projection Lights due to a burn hazard, federal regulators announced.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said about 3,000 mini projection lights with a Halloween themed design were imported from China and sold exclusively at Five Below stores nationwide in September. The cost for the toys was $1.25.
The lights are about 6 inches long and resemble tube-shaped flashlights. They were sold in orange, green and purple and included small cutouts of ghosts, skulls and other Halloween items that could be put against the light to cast shadows with the Halloween patterns.
The phrase "Ghouloween" is printed on the upper left-hand corner of the packaging.
Consumers were advised to stop using the mini projection lights and contact Atico International to receive a full refund.
Consumer can call 888-253-6342 for information.
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