Anzac wreath vandalism outrages rsl community
A group of people wearing a white, arctic owl wr바카라사이트eath is threatening violence over a vandalism.
Several members of the public have come to the assistance of the Royal NSW Police Service (RSPS).
Police say a member of a local gang has been involved in the wreath-related offence.
Members of the local group will be interviewed and put under surveillance.
RSPS Senior Constable Matthew Johnson says it will be investigated to determine what led to the group being angered.
Police say the wreath was put up for public display on the side of the road in the state’s south-east.
He says it is unusual for a police officer to wear the wreath, but the gnatyasastra.comroup is entitled to wear it if the group has the capacity.
A police patrol car was nearby at the time.
The officer says his colle더킹카지노agues are confident in their integrity and the officers’ actions were appropriate.
He says the group’s actions will be looked at as serious.
“It’s completely unacceptable,” he says.
Members of the group left the incident on foot but police can confirm at this stage that a total of three other men have also been removed from the scene.
Four police cars arrived at the site today, one on their side of the road and two on the roadway.
Four members of the group were still on the scene at 1pm when the police car came to the scene.
Police are also looking to identify the man who set up the wreath.
“We believe he is in his early-30s, wearing an airy white t-shirt and white hoodies and may have a black bag over his head,” Senior Constable Johnson says.
He confirms two men have left the incident, the third is now on the run.
A man has been charged with mischief, disturbing a public place and unlawful assembly.
The third person is believed to be a 17-year-old boy who was not wearing a wreath.
He was taken to St John’s Hospital this afternoon and is believed to have been injured in the incident.
He is also being questioned in relation to the incident.
The RSPS says it is investigating the incident and is liaising closely with its neighbours.
It is the third public protest against the wreath in the last six months.
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