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Australia Public warned to stay away from Virginia while South Australian Police investigate possible shooting

01:41  08 march  2021
01:41  08 march  2021 Source:   abc.net.au

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a person riding a motorcycle down a street: Police have cordoned off an area around Brady Street in Viriginia. (ABC News: Mahalia Carter) © Provided by ABC NEWS Police have cordoned off an area around Brady Street in Viriginia. (ABC News: Mahalia Carter)

South Australian Police have cordoned off an area of Virginia, in Adelaide's northern suburbs, because of a possible shooting in the area.

Police and paramedics were called to Brady Street just before 3am this morning.

Officers have cordoned off an area and STAR Group officers were called in.

Senior Constable Rebecca Stokes told ABC Radio Adelaide that it is an unfolding incident.

"There is quite a heavy police presence in the town so we want to reassure the local community that police are at the scene and investigating this incident," she said.

"We do believe that a firearm is involved so for their own safety we're asking people to stay away from the area."

Major Crime Detectives are also investigating.

More to come.

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