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Something happening at Cooleman Court – 6 police cars suddenly turned up

By scottie_517 - 10 September 2014 6

It looks like something reasonably serious has happened at Cooleman Court today, out the front of Kusina restaurant.

As I was leaving the carpark there, I saw multiple police vehicles with their lights on, haphazardly pulled up in front of the restaurant and police were taking statements from people (who I thought looked quite shocked).

In another minute, another 3 police cars turned up (making it about 6 in total). Does anyone know what’s happened/what’s going on?

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6 Responses to
Something happening at Cooleman Court – 6 police cars suddenly turned up
dungfungus 9:19 am 11 Sep 14

HenryBG said :

Did 6 police cars make the petrol-doused restaurant twice as safe as 3 cars, or is there a law of diminishing returns when it comes to police cars?

I can see you can’t get through the day without justifying anyone’s actions through scientific analysis.
I hope you are not building a death ray in your garage.

HenryBG 7:16 am 11 Sep 14

Did 6 police cars make the petrol-doused restaurant twice as safe as 3 cars, or is there a law of diminishing returns when it comes to police cars?

Tim0727 6:48 pm 10 Sep 14

Drama in the Creek… the Kusina facebook page notes the restaurant was the coincidental location for a private dispute. Staff are cleaning up and expect to reopen tomorrow.

scottie_517 6:32 pm 10 Sep 14

Turns out it was pretty serious – someone doused the whole restaurant in petrol over some dispute – what a nutter!

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/cooleman-court-restaurant-kusinas-cafe-doused-in-petrol-amid-dispute-20140910-10ezcx.html

MonarchRepublic 5:09 pm 10 Sep 14
mossrocket 3:48 pm 10 Sep 14

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