Explosive found in schoolboy’s bag
(AAP) A HIGH school in Sydney’s east has been locked down after an explosive device was found in a student’s bag.
The principal of the school in Randwick called police about 11am (AEDT) to say a device had been found in a boy’s bag.
The police bomb squad has been called to the school, with paramedics and fire crews.
Students have been evacuated from the school, which adjoins another campus.
Workers from nearby council chambers have also been evacuated.
Police said a 14-year-old boy was being questioned.
No further details are available and police would not confirm the name of the school.
Comment is being sought from the NSW Department of Education.
No comments yet.
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