Firearms Incident Ashburton: Police Seek John Tully
Firearms Incident Ashburton update: Media conference
Monday, 1 September 2014 -
Police is currently wanting to
speak with John Tully, 48, in relation to an armed incident
in Ashburton this morning.
Mr Tully is a person of
interest to Police and staff are still working to locate
Any sightings should be reported immediately to
Police via 111. He should not be approached.
Media note: A
media conference will be held at 5pm today at the Ashburton
Photo credit: Ashburton Guardian
Photo credit: Ashburton
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