Flinders ranges police levels under question in Sydney


Polic우리카지노e have been asked t더킹카지노o examine whether a range of weapons is used during alleged armed robbery at an apartment complex in Sydney’s inner-west.

More than 70 customers jarvees.comwere assaulted on Sunday night.

Investigators are also looking at the use of handguns, assault rifles and shotguns.

A spokesperson for NSW Police would not confirm whether officers used live ammunition during the attacks or if the firearms were captured.

The Metropolitan Police confirmed it was investigating.

The department is looking into the motive and whether people should be cautious when making decisions about safety at work or where to buy home-made weapons.

Police said there would be additional patrols at the complex as part of an ongoing investigation.

The attack comes less than a week after an armed man held two members of his family in Sydney’s outer west.

The man held two members of his family hostage for more than five hours before he was killed by police at the Lindt Cafe on the CBD’s Bondi Beach.

No charges are likely to be laid for the two hostages after the incident and police have confirmed that the man has been identified as 22-year-old James Boyd, who was born on the Gold Coast.

The man’s brother, who did not want to be named, said the alleged gunmen “took things pretty hard.”

“I think for some people they were very vicious with them. They were not that serious with it. They were just being mean and threatening with their guns,” the brother said.

“I didn’t have a weapon but in the same way a small firearm might make the person look less dangerous, a large gun made people look more dangerous.”

Topics: crime, law-crime-and-justice, crime-prevention, brisbane-4000, sydney-2000

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