Suspicious Package: Shortland Street , Auckland

Published: Thu 16 Nov 2006 02:03 PM
NZ Police CommCens Alert 13:00 16-11-2006 Auckland City
Location of incident: Shortland Street , Auckland
Incident Type: Suspicious Package
At about 1130am police were called to an unattended and suspicious looking case at the intersection of Shortland St and Bankside St, Auckland Central. Police cordoned the area off while the Defence force bomb squad checked the package. The case was detonated. Nothing dangerous was found in the case. Cordons were stood down at 1:40pm.

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