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Police at Parramatta police station in Sydney’s inner-west are hunting for a masked man who stole a bomb disposal robot to detonate it.
Four bombs were found inside the Parramatta police station at the weekend after a bomb disposal squad failed to locate them on the night of Saturday 30 August.
Officers say they have not discovered anything to suspect at this stage.
A bomb squad unit and police dogs are searching for the suspect.
News Corp reporter Tom Faull, who is reporting at the base, said it appeared that the attack was carried out by a local man, who was not masked.
„I saw a police officer with his legs crossed around, and then he walks off, and at that point, I saw him walk away with a fake bom바카라사이트b, so I jumped up to join the media at the base to get to him,“ Mr Faull said.
He later asked the news outlet, whether it was a terrorist attack.
„Yes, it is a terrorist attack. We were just told to stay away, I just thought they might be a few locals to have a few laughs.
„I would be shocked if it weren’t a terrorist attack – it would shock people all over Sydney.“
Police cordon off a neighbourhood in Parramatta, NSW, where bomb threats were posted this week.
They said the카지노 사이트 threats did not result in anyone being injured, and asked people to avoid the area.
Police said they would be carrying out targeted patrols and surveillance at surrounding areas.
Police close roads around Sydney
Police around Sydney, in central and south-west suburbs of Sydney, shut roads outside the police headquarters at Parramatta station, saying it was a priority to maintain public order.
Police cordoned off the area around the main city block of Parramatta, leaving only some small vehicles at the edge of the perimeter.
Sydney resident Sam Brown told the ABC that he felt „overwhelmed“ about the threat of an attack.
„To say I’m going to be very, very concerned, really just because a lot of Sydney people have relatives who have been in the military, they do feel that the security there will be compromised, but a lot of them just don’t know what they are getting into,“ he said.
Mr Brown said he was pleased that police close