Tattooed fugitive is arrested days after police mock him on Facebook by saying & boy, you should be tired after you run away from us & # 39;
- A 29-year-old man was arrested a week after the police taunted him on Facebook
- & # 39; Boy, you must be tired if you hide from us & # 39 ;, Wellington Police wrote online
- Police officers with assault rifles surrounded a block of houses to make the arrest
A fugitive was arrested after the New Zealand police mocked him on Facebook by saying & boy, you should be tired after hiding from us & # 39 ;.
The armed police arrested Daniel Rattigan, 29, after he had surrounded a public housing block around Wellington at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Stuff.
Wellington Police bullyed the hunted refugee seven days earlier in the Facebook post & # 39; Wanted Wednesday & # 39 ;.
Armed police arrested Daniel Rattigan (photo), 29, after surrounding a public housing block in Wellington at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, according to Stuff
& # 39; Boy, you have to be tired of hiding from us & # 39 ;, said the Wellington Police Facebook post.
& # 39; We have the perfect retreat for you.
& # 39; To claim your prize, go to 19 Kings Crescent, Lower Hutt and we will set you up with your own private room. & # 39;
The address provided was for a police station.
& # 39; Boy, you have to be tired of hiding from us & # 39 ;, a Wellington Police Facebook message (photo) reported last week for & # 39; Wanted Wednesday & # 39 ;.
More than 20 police officers, some with assault rifles and a door-breaking ram, were present when Rattigan was arrested.
He was handcuffed and escorted by the police along with another man who was also arrested.
Wellington District Police thanked those who helped find Rattigan on Facebook.
& # 39; He has now claimed his prize, & # 39; said the post.
Wellington Police told Rattigan (photo) to come to a station to claim & # 39; his prize & # 39 ;. & # 39; He has now claimed his prize & # 39 ;, said the page after his arrest
A police spokeswoman said that Rattigan will be charged with a number of crimes.
An earlier post by Wellington Police said there was an order for his arrest for allegedly violating the conditions for the release of the court, and according to reports he would also be questioned about a burglary.
An earlier post by Wellington Police said there was an order for his arrest because he allegedly violated the conditions for the release of the court
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