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Police are aware there have been false reports circulating on social media regarding an alleged COVID matter today. The verified facts are: Police received a report about 2pm today. Subsequent inquiries determined the report was false.
Police are out in force reminding people in southern Tasmania to abide the lockdown requirements and stay home, to keep themselves and others safe from COVID Assistant Commissioner Jonathan Higgins said that a of road check points were now in place on main arterial ro, and police were out on patrol to ensure people…. Police are seeking further witnesses that were in the vicinity of the second Bluff at Bellerive on the….
Tasmania Police recruits will be able to complete their training in the north of the state for the first time ever, with a satellite recruitment course to kick off in Launceston in April Assistant Commissioner Adrian Bodnar said it was an exciting opportunity for people in north and north-west Tasmania.Single Woman Looking For Marriage.
A year-old youth will be proceeded against in relation to the fire at Cotton On in Launceston on Wednesday night. As part of the police investigation, two youths were identified in relation to the fire on St John Street.Woman Seeking Man
One of the youths will be proceeded against under the provisions of the Youth Justice Act…. Police have charged a year-old youth with three offences in Launceston yesterday. It is alleged that while armed with a knife: around 1pm in Newnham, the youth threatened another youth and stole property. The youth was not injured.
Police are investigating a deliberately lit fire at Cotton On in Launceston around 5. Initial investigations suggest a quantity of clothing was set alight at the front of the building on St John Street. The fire was quickly extinguished by the buildings inbuilt sprinkler system along with staff members inside the building. Between pm and pm on Wednesday, Tasmania Police and Tasmania Fire Service responded to three separate house fires in Devonport.
All houses were unoccupied at the time, and no one was injured. The cause of the fires is subject to an investigation by the Tasmania Fire Service and Tasmania Police. Early investigations suggest they were…. Police in Launceston are investigating an armed robbery in Youngtown yesterday evening, and are appealing to the public for information.
A business on Hobart Road was robbed about pm by a man reportedly in possession of a pistol. The man was wearing a dark motorcycle helmet and stole a small amount of cash.
He was….Women seeking men in Legana
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