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Woman causes disturbance at ANZ Bank in M'boro

Police officers leaving the scene of a disturbance at Maryborough's ANZ Bank.
Police officers leaving the scene of a disturbance at Maryborough's ANZ Bank. Robyne Cuerel

STAFF at the ANZ Bank in Maryborough activated an alarm after a woman, apparently dissatisfied with the bank's service, caused a disturbance.

Maryborough police Sergeant Lance Millward said police were alerted by the staff alarm but there was no suggestion there was a robbery.

He said the woman left scene and investigations were continuing.

Anyone with information that might help the police should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  anz bank, disturbance, maryborough, maryborough police, woman




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