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Police close estate in pursuit of 'armed, dangerous man'

POLICE cordoned off Heritage Park Estate this morning as officers responded to reports that a man was 'armed and dangerous.'

Informants have told police a man armed with several bows and arrows made threats against the occupants of a property.

A woman is currently being treated by Ambulance paramedics on scene.

It is understood the person of interest left the scene in a vehicle before police arrived.

Information over police radio suggests the man was seen driving a black 1977-model Holden Torana sedan around 9.30am.

Just after 9am, police formed a perimetre at the entrance of the estate and 'vested up'. 

Vehicles were stopped entering and leaving the estate.

Police noted the vehicle of interest was seen to approach officers before it did a U-turn and sped off.  

Mulitple police crews are patrolling local roads in search of the vehicle.

Topics:  heritage park



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