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# 209145 14-Mar-2017 15:43
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Does anybody know what is going on with the Wellington Police Station????

 

All I know a man walked into the station with a large suit case ranting and raving. Saw police dogs, thats it.

 

Victoria Street blocked off.

 

 

 

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  # 1736388 14-Mar-2017 15:58
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Crap video. Sorry. Police just stop people.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RfuOK3cdyvw

 

 






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  # 1736389 14-Mar-2017 15:59
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Information wants to be free. The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1736390 14-Mar-2017 15:59
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Probably someone upset about something small and has decided to try and demand people listen to his point without actually really thinking about his method of delivery.....




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  # 1736393 14-Mar-2017 16:08
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Bomb disposal unit at the police station. Saw the robot in the front of the entrance.

What amazed me that office workers were still working away at there desk inside the police station.





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  # 1736462 14-Mar-2017 18:50
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I got evacuated from my building over the road. Since it was 4pm most people opted to just go home.

 

It will be interesting to find out whether it was an actual explosive device. There have been so many incidents like this, and I can't recall a single one where the 'suspicious package' was anything more than that.


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