Suspicious package found at Christchurch Central Station
Suspicious package found at Christchurch Central
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 -
Canterbury Police have shut down part
of the Christchurch Central Police Station following a
member of the public presenting at the public counter with a
The package was examined in an
interview room at approximately 11am this morning.
Bomb Disposal Unit is currently on site assessing the
As a precaution part of St Asaph Street has
been cordoned off to traffic and several neigbouring
businesss have been
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