AOS called to assist Invercargill arrest

Photo: Laura Smith
Photo: Laura Smith
Two residential blocks in Invercargill were cordoned off this afternoon with several police cars blocking access.

A spokesman said officers were carrying out a warrant for arrest and members of the armed offenders squad (AOS) were called in as precaution.

The operation started at 3.30pm and an ambulance was at the scene.

A nearby resident said he saw a man hitting a horn repeatedly earlier in the day and broken glass by the house.

However, he did not know anything more.

 

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