China News Service, October 27. According to New Zealand's Tianwei.com, in the early morning of October 27, local time, there was a shooting in the northern part of New Zealand. Someone shot the police.
No one was injured in the shooting, and the police are currently arresting the killer.
The police said that at about 4:13 a.m. local time on the 27th, a car suddenly overtook a police car, and then suddenly stopped at the Puketona Junction intersection of National Highway 11 approaching National Highway 10, blocking the middle of the road.
Tony, the commander of the Northland region, said that the police car could not move. At this time, two men suddenly got out of the car with guns.
One of them shot, causing damage to the front windshield of the police car, but fortunately, the policeman in the car was not injured.
Subsequently, the police quickly left and called for reinforcements.
Tony said that the fact that the officer was not injured is the most comforting thing.
"It is totally unacceptable to shoot at the police. It is a blessing in misfortune that it did not cause serious injuries or worse results." "We are trying our best to capture the perpetrators and let them fall into the act."
He also reminded everyone that every day the police leave their families to go to work. “Their duty is to protect the peace of the community and they should never be shot.”
Currently, the police are arresting the perpetrators and urge people to report to the police immediately if they have clues.