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Police shut down Sydney’s light rail service on Tuesday morning after a commuter reported seeing an armed man.
Police said a man who was later arrested was in fact carrying a toy gun.
A call was made to police just after 7.30am when a person saw a man on the light rail with what they believed was a concealed firearm.
Police took the matter seriously and deployed officers from the Eastern Beaches and Surry Hills to fan out across the tramline.
The man was spotted in Ward Park in the Surry Hills neighbourhood and arrested.
Police say that they seized a toy gun from the man and the investigation continues.
The light rail services have resumed.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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