Shots Fired In City, Stabbing in Woodend

Dec 01, 2019
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Police received a report of a vehicle stolen from a property in Strathern, Invercargill about 11.15pm yesterday. Shots were reportedly heard.

AOS responded as a precaution. Two men, aged 23 and 36, were taken into custody on firearms matters. They are due to appear in Invercargill District Court tomorrow.

A man was stabbed at an address in Woodend, Invercargill about 11.25pm yesterday. He was transported to hospital in a serious condition.

A 27-year-old local man is due to appear in Invercargill District Court tomorrow in relation to the matter.

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