Greenpeace HQ searched

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THE head office of Greenpeace Australia in Ultimo was searched by police this morning, in relation to the damage done to the CSIRO Ginninderra Experiment Station last week.

Property was seized as evidence to undergo forensic analysis.

A search warrant was obtained after police interviewed two people of interest in Sydney yesterday.

No arrests have been made and the investigation continues.

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