Tony Wittmann, a former Australian soldier, allegedly raided an animal shelter Monday night while in full tactical gear to retrieve his lost cat.
Wittmann was told that he could pick up his cat from the Lost Dogs’ Home in Melbourne, Australia, the next day, but he did not want to wait, ABC News reports.
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“On this occasion, he’s acted to get back possession of a cat, which he was only going to be without for possibly 10 hours,” Detective Senior Constable Jo MacDonald reportedly said.
Upon entering the facility, Wittman allegedly pointed his rifle at an employee while asking where the cats were kept. . .
While detectives were searching the scene the morning after for clues, Wittmann reportedly returned to claim his cat. (Read more from “Report: Veteran Storms Animal Shelter in Tactical Gear To Retrieve Cat” HERE)
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