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Armed man ‘in camouflage paint’ still wanted by police in Tasmania’s north

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Tasmania Police are still searching for an armed man said to be wearing camouflage paint after a body was found in a house in the state’s north last night.

Police were called to a house on Larcombes Road, in Reedy Marsh, about 6:00pm on Tuesday and found the body of a man inside.

Two men and a woman are in custody and are assisting police with their inquiries.

Police began searching for a fourth man late last night, with the Westpac Rescue Helicopter joining the effort.

Police urged members of the public to not approach the man, who they said is armed with a knife and has his face painted with camouflage paint.

Residents in the Reedy Marsh area were asked to ensure their properties are secure.

Police say initial investigations suggest all…



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