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Incident in Ponsonby

Published: Tue 16 Aug 2011 03:52 PM
Incident in Ponsonby
Police staff responded to an incident in Ponsonby at approximately 2pm where it was reported shots had possibly been fired.
Police cordoned the area and requested the assistance of Police dog units and eagle helicopter due to the nature of the information.
As a result a male is currently helping Police with their investigation, and it has been established no shots were fired and no firearm located.
ENDS

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