BREAKING: ‘Armed Emergency’ causes an Adelaide school to go into lockdown

A northern suburbs primary school in Adelaide has gone into lockdown this morning following reports of an armed invasion at a nearby home. The alleged incident occurred on Farrant St, Adelaide this morning just after 8:00am. Local police entered the home following an emergency call to the home located close to a nearby school.

Reports claim that two men forced their way into the Adelaide home earlier this morning, armed. One person has been removed from the scene. Reports are yet to confirm the whereabouts of the second wanted individual. The armed break in is said to have been caused by two men who kicked in the resident’s door, demanding drugs. The resident himself has escape the invasion with minor cuts to his wrist.

The alleged criminals left with nothing except for a small amount of cannabis and mobile phones.

The search for the second man is being assisted by Star Group Officers and police helicopters as we speak. The two men have not yet been identified.

Stay tuned for updates as they come.

Adelaide Police have closed down a street and locked down a primary school this morning




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