& # 39; Go inside, he has a gun & # 39 ;: Street has been locked for seven hours while armed man traps himself in a house
- Siege on property in Wallan, about 45 km north of the Victorian capital, has ended
- Residential area around the shutdown of the house for seven hours while the police negotiated
Charlie Coë for Daily Mail Australia
A seven-hour deadlock between police and an armed man who barricaded himself in a house has ended after his arrest.
The siege of the building in Wallan, about 45 km north of Melbourne, ended just before 7 p.m. on Thursday after tense negotiations between officers and the 22-year-old man.
The residential area around the house on the Forbes Boulevard was closed at noon, with neighbors having a scary & # 39; scary & # 39; describe the situation.
A seven-hour deadlock between police and an armed man who barricaded himself in a house, ended after his arrest
A Victoria Police spokesman told Daily Mail Australia that the man had been arrested without incident.
The man came out of the building unharmed and the police of the Family Violence Unit was on site.
I wanted to take the dog, but the buyer said "go inside because he has a gun," neighbor Gloria Brook told The Herald Sun.
Mrs. Brook said: "I am fine, I have my dog here and my walking stick. They would not want to come here. & # 39;
I wanted to take the dog, but the buyer said "go inside because he has a gun," said neighbor Gloria Brook
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