Target is recalling more than 200,000 weighted blankets sold nationwide after two girls suffocated to death earlier this year, according to a release from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Two girls, ages 4 and 6, became entrapped in the cover of the Pillowfort blanket and died of asphyxia at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, the release said. Target has received four reports of children getting trapped after unzipping and entering the blanket, including the two deaths.

The blankets were sold for $40 in stores and online from December 2018 through September 2022. They weigh 6 pounds, measure 60 inches long by 40 inches wide and have a removable, waterproof, washable cover, according to the CPSC. People should stop using the blankets immediately and contact Target for a refund.

The blankets came in eight prints or colors:

Recalled weighted blanket. Unicorn white, item # 097-02-0140.TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Space navy, # 097-02-0148TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Pink, item # 097-02-0361.TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Blue, item # 097-02-0363TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Gray, item # 097-02-0364TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Buffalo Plaid - red, item # 097-02-1603TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Blue constellation, item # 097-02-3904TARGET
Recalled weighted blanket. Unicorn pink, item # 097-02-3905.TARGET
Tag on recalled Target blanket.

You can contact Target online or at 800-440-0680 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. CT to get a prepaid return label to return the blankets by mail. The blankets can also be returned to any Target store.