Police dismantling 'poorly made bomb' in North Rockhampton

POLICE are on scene where a "suspect device" was reported in North Rockhampton this afternoon.

Initial reports indicated crews were called to the intersection of Feez St and Moore Creek Rd in North Rockhampton where a suspect device was reported in a pedestrian tunnel.

The device was first reported as suspicious but police found it was a "plastic coke bottle with sparklers and deodorant can" inside.

A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said police were still on scene "dismantling" the "poorly made bomb".

Queensland Fire and Emergency Services were on scene as a precaution.


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