Increased Police Activity in Limbrick Street Following Suspected Weapons Incident

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THUNDER BAY - NEWS - In response to what is currently believed to be a weapons-related incident, a significant number of police officers have been deployed to a section of Limbrick Street. The activity is centred around the Limbrick Housing Project. The area, was cordoned off by police on Tuesday night. Local residents have sharing updates on social media. They have posted on a loss of power in the area. Some are saying that a local trap house was shot up. The residents were reportedly advised to shelter in place in their basements and to call 911 if they heard activity in their attics. Additionally, a drone operated by the police is being used to conduct an extensive search of the vicinity. As of now, the Thunder Bay Police have not provided specific details regarding the nature of the call. It also remains unclear if there were any injuries related to the incident. Further information is awaited as the investigation continues.
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THUNDER BAY – NEWS – In response to what is currently believed to be a weapons-related incident, a significant number of police officers have been deployed to a section of Limbrick Street. The activity is centred around the Limbrick Housing Project.

The area, was cordoned off by police on Tuesday night.

Local residents have sharing updates on social media. They have posted on a loss of power in the area. Some are saying that a local trap house was shot up.

The residents were reportedly advised to shelter in place in their basements and to call 911 if they heard activity in their attics.

Additionally, a drone operated by the police is being used to conduct an extensive search of the vicinity.

As of now, the Thunder Bay Police have not provided specific details regarding the nature of the call. It also remains unclear if there were any injuries related to the incident.

Further information is awaited as the investigation continues.

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