WAN’s Most Wanted: Help Needed To Identify Several Sick Sub-Humans Who Tortured & Killed 2 Kangaroos In Western Australia

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Sadly, sometimes it is becomes increasingly embarrassing and distressing to be a member of the “human” race. This is one of those times.

In a grievous case of animal cruelty, Australian police are investigating the horrifically brutal torture and killing of two kangaroos and are now requesting the public’s help in identifying some of the perpetrators.

The appalling events, in which several cowards wore knuckle dusters as they appeared to burn, punch, and stab the defenseless animals, took place in Western Australia on Saturday, May 19th and Saturday, June 16th of this year.

Shocking and gruesome video and images captured from a cell phone are currently in the possession of authorities.

According to the Western Australian Police Force, one suspect has been identified by police but he has not been charged yet. 

Why? Wouldn’t he perhaps also be instrumental in identifying his cruel cohorts?

The yet-to-be-named sub-human is documented in the first of several pixilated images that were released by police.

As per a statement by the Western Australian Police Force, the first suspect is described as between 20-30 years of age, fair skinned, with a medium build and dark facial hair. He was wearing a black beanie with a white emblem on the front and a black hooded top.

Police now need help in identifying two other suspects who are also both described as being between 25-30 years of age and fair skinned. One, wearing a black hooded top, had a solid build with short brown hair and was clean shaven. The other, described to have a medium build and facial hair, was wearing a dark colored top with an emblem on the front and writing on the sleeves.

If you have any information on the identity of the three males, or the animal cruelty incidents, please call Crime Stoppers at 800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au. As per the police department, you can remain anonymous. 

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