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Bayswater stand-off ends as police enter home to find injured man


A dramatic stand-off which played out over two days in Perth’s north-east has ended, with police entering a home where a man who had allegedly made threats and fired shots had been holed up overnight.

WA Police confirmed this morning officers had gone into a Bayswater home about 9.30am to find a man with self-inflicted injuries.

“He has been conveyed by St John Ambulance to hospital,” a police spokesperson said, with St John confirming it had taken one patient to Royal Perth Hospital under lights and sirens priority one.

It ended a near 24-hour stand-off, which was sparked about noon on Saturday, with heavily-armed Tactical Response Group officers deployed to surround the Hardy Road property.

It is alleged the man had made threats…



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