Clan Lab Confirmed At Explosion Site
Title: Clan Lab Confirmed At Explosion Site
It has been confirmed that a clan lab was
present at the scene of an explosion this morning in Mount
A Clan Lab team from Auckland are now at the
Ocean Beach Road address where they confirmed the suspicions
and will continue throughout today examining at the scene.
It is anticipated that Police will be able to re-open the
road shortly and allow residents back to their homes.
the meantime one man remains in hospital and a second man
located at a nearby address who was helping police with
their enquiries has been released. An investigation into the
incident is ongoing.
Anyone with information about this
incident is asked to contact Tauranga Police on 07 577 4300.
Alternatively information can be provided anonymously via
Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
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