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Bundamba's gunman panic fades

POLICE ALERT: Police block off streets in Bundamba while hunting for a man believed to be armed with a gun.
POLICE ALERT: Police block off streets in Bundamba while hunting for a man believed to be armed with a gun. Sarah Harvey

PART of Bundamba was in lock down on Saturday afternoon as police blocked streets in the hunt for a man allegedly armed with a gun.

Several crews of police rushed to streets near the Bundamba State Secondary College, about 12.30pm, as the search began for a man wanted in connection to an earlier incident in Inala.

Police looked for the vehicle they believe the suspect was driving.

There were also fears he was armed.

An intersection off Naomai St was one of those closed to traffic, with police blocking access to a house.

The scene was eventually cleared as no official complaint was made on the Inala incident.

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