Two vans, guns and dozens of dead: horrifying details are coming about an impending phone call to the police that trapped a university
- Southern Cross University was locked on Tuesday after threats
- Horrifying details about the telephone conversation have emerged
- NSW Police said no arrests were made and no weapons were found
There are hair-raising details about the telephone conversation with the police that has trapped Southern Cross University.
Staff and students from the university in Lismore in the northeastern part of the state were told to stay indoors on Tuesday afternoon after threatening phone calls were made.
A police source told it Seven news the person who invoked the threat claimed that he would launch an attack from two separate vans.
Employees and students from Southern Cross University in Lismore in the northeast of the state were told to stay indoors on Tuesday afternoon after threatening phone calls to the police were made. Pictured: police at the university
A police source told Seven News that the person who invoked the threat to Southern Cross University claimed that they would initiate the attack from two vans
The caller said the vehicles would be loaded with weapons.
No arrests or charges have been made regarding this issue, a spokesperson for the NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia.
In a statement on Tuesday, the police said: & # 39; There were no reports of shots and after an extensive search on campus, no credible threat was detected. & # 39;
The spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that no firearms were found during their investigation.
About 800 people were evacuated from the university after the lockdown started on Tuesday.
Nearby schools also closed. Professor Adam Shoemaker, vice chancellor at Southern Cross University, said in a statement that the campus is now & # 39; safe and sound & # 39; is.
The spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that no firearms were found during their investigation
In a Tuesday statement, the police said: & # 39; there were no reports of shots and after an extensive search on campus, no credible threat was detected & # 39 ;. Pictured: students are evacuated on Tuesday
& # 39; The most important thing is that I can confirm that no one was injured on campus.
& # 39; I want to thank the NSW Police Force, all campus security members, our Chaplaincy colleagues & – especially – all staff and students who have been involved in the events. & # 39;
Mr. Shoemaker said he understood that the ordeal & # 39; disturbing & # 39; and & # 39; stressful & # 39; could be and so they would provide counseling.
The campus is normally open again on Wednesday.
The campus is normally open again on Wednesday – and a student said she was happy with the precautions if it meant that everyone was safe. Pictured: students on campus on Wednesday
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