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Ryan Bishop, 38, from Gresham

Cat burglar: Home invader took pet accomplice on a break in and helped himself to coffee and cake before he was arrested wearing the homeowner's Christmas onesie

  • Ryan Bishop, 38, of Gresham, was found bizarre in the home of a couple in Oregon
  • He had taken his cat Spaghetti home with him and had stolen coffee and cake
  • When the homeowners returned, they noticed that their kitchen was damaged
  • When the Portland police arrived, a man with the owner's Christmas onesie came out of the crawl space, along with his feline accomplice, the report said
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A home invader brought a new meaning to the term & # 39; cat breaker & # 39; when he named his feline pet & # 39; Spaghetti & # 39; brought to a home in Oregon and then tried the homeowner's clothing and wanted to help himself with coffee and cake.

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Ryan Bishop, 38, of Gresham, was found in the house, about 15 miles east of Portland, had stolen the homeowner's Christmas onesie and made himself a cup of coffee while he was craving some cupcakes that were omitted.

When Timothy Smith and his fiancé returned to their property, they found that they suffered damage to their kitchen and items that were not theirs.

Ryan Bishop, 38, from Gresham

Spaghetti, a cat

Spaghetti, a cat

Ryan Bishop, 38, from Gresham, had been found bizarre in the house, about 25 miles east of Portland, had stolen the homeowner's Christmas onesie and made himself a cup of coffee while he was eating a snack on some cupcakes that were left out

Ryan Bishop helped himself to some cupcakes and coffee after breaking into the Oregon home
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Ryan Bishop helped himself to some cupcakes and coffee after breaking into the Oregon home

Ryan Bishop helped himself to some cupcakes and coffee after breaking into the Oregon home

& # 39; So I grab two of the knives and walk around looking for someone because clearly a person has been broken in & # 39 ;, Smith said, 24. The Oregonian on Monday.

Smith saw that a hatch to a crawl space in a third bedroom was open, so he went there with the knives.

He crawled through the approximately three-meter high space and shouted that everyone inside could announce himself.

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Then they said they found a cat wearing a shirt in the crawl space under the house, Fox 12 reported.

When the Portland police arrived, a man with the owner's Christmas onesie also came out of the crawl space, the report said.

& # 39; No one leaves a dressed cat in a crawl space unless they return or they are still there, & # 39; said Smith. & # 39; So I got out and closed the door & # 39 ;, he added.

Then it turned out that Bishop took the Christmas clothes from his fiancĂ© – & # 39; like a zip-up, small snowball things that bump into it & # 39; – and you put it on.

Smith also told reporters: & [39] He [bishop] pulled the cupcakes out of the fridge, ate a few, pulled out the cake, ate a piece of cake, made himself a cup of coffee.

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"He was just hanging around my fiance's onesie, like drinking coffee, drinking coffee," said Smith.

When the Portland police arrived, a man with the owner's Christmas onesie came out of the crawl space, the report said.

When the Portland police arrived, a man with the owner's Christmas onesie came out of the crawl space, the report said.

When the Portland police arrived, a man with the owner's Christmas onesie came out of the crawl space, the report said.

Smith saw that a hatch to a crawl space in a third bedroom was open, so he went there with the knives. He crawled through the approximately three-meter high space and shouted that everyone inside could announce himself

Smith saw that a hatch to a crawl space in a third bedroom was open, so he went there with the knives. He crawled through the approximately three-meter high space and shouted that everyone inside could announce himself

Smith saw that a hatch to a crawl space in a third bedroom was open, so he went there with the knives. He crawled through the approximately three-meter high space and shouted that everyone inside could announce himself

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A furious Smith continued: & We were furious. Our sanctuary was destroyed by someone who had no business there, and here he is wearing my fiance's clothes.

& # 39; There is simply no reason for this. & # 39;

Bishop was booked into the prison of Multnomah County for first-degree burglary, first-degree criminal calamity and theft of third-degree.

Animal control was called to the scene after Spaghetti refused to leave the crawl space. Police said the homeowner refused to return her onesie after the suspect was arrested.

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