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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A man's been arrested after a firearm was presented at Police in Auckland's Glen Eden this morning

    A man's been arrested after a firearm was presented at Police in Auckland's Glen Eden this morning


    At about 10.30am, Police signalled two people on dirt bikes to stop -- but the pair fled.

    One presented a firearm when stopped by officers on Brunner Road, then ran to a nearby address.

    Officers immediately armed, and back up arrived, before the 28-year-old emerged and was taken into custody.

    A loaded firearm has since been located.

    Waitemata District Commander, Superintendent Naila Hassan says support's being provided to staff.

    Charges are yet to be laid.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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