Two in custody after reports of disturbance involving firearm

TWO people have been taken into custody in relation to a public disturbance this morning.

About 9.21am, police attended an incident at Tannum Sands after they received reports of a man causing a disturbance along Old Tannum Rd.

A member of the public contacted police shortly after initial reports and mentioned there was a firearm at the same location.

"No firearm was found, though," a Queensland Police Service spokesman said.

The spokesman confirmed a man and another person (gender unconfirmed) were being questioned by police.

"He is currently in custody with another person assisting police," the spokesman said.

Updates to follow.

Topics:  firearm police queensland tannum sands

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