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Police make arrest in a weapons complaint

Halifax Regional Police has one person in custody in relation to a weapon complaint in downtown Halifax.
At 11 a.m., several patrol units, including members of the Emergency Response Team, responded to a report of a man who had left a firearm on a Halifax Transit bus. The man left on foot walking southbound on Albermarle Street in Halifax. He was quickly apprehended at 11:08 a.m. near Argyle Street and Carmichael Street without incident and remains in custody. The firearm was recovered from the bus.
This matter remains under investigation and it is unclear at this point if this and the previous incident are related.
We thank citizens for their continued cooperation.
Source: Release

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