New Zealand police say four in custody, IEDs found


  • World
  • Friday, 15 Mar 2019

CHRISTCHURCH: New Zealand police say they have detained four people in connection with deadly shootings at two mosques in Christchurch on Friday (March 14) and have secured a number of improvised explosive devices.

”Four are in custody, three of them are men and one is a woman,” Commissioner Mike Bush said.

He added that there were “significant” and “multiple” fatalities.

Commissioner Bush said the suspected IEDs found attached to the attackers’ vehicles had been made safe by the military. – AFP

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