Auckland Police, New Zealand: The bombings have nothing to do with the mosque shootings

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 Auckland Police, New Zealand: The bombings have nothing to do with the mosque shootings


Earlier, Russian Satellite Network quoted New Zealand media to report that at least two explosions occurred in the morning near the railway station and shopping mall in Auckland, New Zealand, and no casualties were reported for the time being.

According to CNN on March 15, Auckland police received reports of suspicious items earlier in the day, and parts of Aucklands streets were subsequently blocked. According to Karyn Malthus, the police chief, the authorities released the news after 5 p.m. that day, about a controlled explosion of suspicious items.

The cordon was placed in the vicinity and the Defense Forces were notified. Not long ago, as a preventive measure, IDF personnel carried out controlled blasting of suspicious items, and the problem has now been solved, she said.

The police can confirm that the bags are not suspicious. She added.

Auckland police also confirmed that they had been notified around 5 p.m. local time that two suspicious packages had appeared in the Galway Street area of downtown Auckland. At about 7:30 p.m., the police dispatched relevant personnel to the scene and detonated two suspicious parcels by technical means. No casualties occurred during the process. After investigation, it was found that the items contained in the two packages were engineering construction equipment. At least 40 people were killed and 20 injured in several shootings in Christchurch, New Zealands second largest city, on March 15, local time. On the day of the incident, several murderers attacked people gathered in the mosque to pray. New Zealand police say there is still the possibility of another shooting. Schools and mosques near the scene have been blocked and New Zealand police are searching for gunmen. Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Ji Xueying_NN6784

Auckland police also confirmed that they had been notified around 5 p.m. local time that two suspicious packages had appeared in the Galway Street area of downtown Auckland.

At about 7:30 p.m., the police dispatched relevant personnel to the scene and detonated two suspicious parcels by technical means. No casualties occurred during the process. After investigation, it was found that the items contained in the two packages were engineering construction equipment.

At least 40 people were killed and 20 injured in several shootings in Christchurch, New Zealands second largest city, on March 15, local time. On the day of the incident, several murderers attacked people gathered in the mosque to pray. New Zealand police say there is still the possibility of another shooting. Schools and mosques near the scene have been blocked and New Zealand police are searching for gunmen.