Driver charged over ravenshoe cafe explosion in north qld
Police have charged an 11-year-old girl and a 20-year-old man with two counts of assault causing serious injury in connection with an explosion at jarvees.coma north Queensland cafe.
The incident occurred at the Caffe Nero in Glen Elster when police were called to investigate reports of a "potential explosive" inside a closed room and there was a fire in the adjacent area.
A 10-year-old girl and a 14-year-old boy are charged with assault causi우리카지노ng serious injury, a charge that they deny.
At the scene
In a statement issued on Sunday night, a spokesman for Southport Local Area Command said the 10-year-old girl and the 14-year-old boy were arrested by a member of the police station at about 8:50pm.
"The police operation that has been launched led to the arrests of both the child and a 15-더킹카지노year-old who police allege was in possession of a bomb," he said.
"He has been interviewed by police as part of the investigations."
The Caffe Nero was evacuated on Sunday morning and was open again at about 8:30pm.
In a statement on Tuesday, the Caffe Nero manager said staff in the cafe were shocked to discover the "potential explosive" was a laptop.
"The fire extinguisher was unable to put out the fire and we have since advised the public that we have no current plans to reopen."
Police allege the 15-year-old boy told police his parents were concerned that the incident and the laptop had been stolen and tried to steal a different laptop from them, but officers were unable to locate it.
The investigation is continuing.
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