Police arrest man following Footscray siege

A man has been arrested following an aggravated burglary and dramatic siege in Footscray earlier this morning.

13.10.2019

A man has been arrested following an alleged aggravated burglary and dramatic siege in Footscray earlier this morning

A man has been arrested following an aggravated burglary and dramatic siege in Footscray earlier this morning.

A man has been arrested following an alleged aggravated burglary and dramatic siege in Footscray earlier this morning.

Witnesses contacted police after seeing the man allegedly trying to break into cars and going in and out of front yards of houses on Mavis Street just after 10am.

Ballarat Road was closed for a short time as a precaution but has since re-opened.

Read more: The Age

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