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Hunters thought he shot on Bigfoot, “victim” tells the police

A Montana man who was out of goal shooting became a goal himself when another shooter released a shot of shot against him after failing him for Bigfoot, the authorities said. The 27-year-old goalkeeper told the authorities to set goals outside Helena on Sunday when bullets started flying against him, said Idaho Statesman, Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton. A round came within three meters of the victim and another was dismissed by even closer he told the police. The man said he was behind nearby trees to cover and eventually confronted the shooter who drove a Ford F-1 50 pickup truck. BIGFOOT PODCAST "WILD THING" EXPLORES SASQUATCH JAGTER, UNCOVERS OVERVIEWING INSTRUCTION "I thought you were Bigfoot," said the victim the shooter told him, according to Dutton. "I'm not targeting exercise – but if I see something that looks like Bigfoot, I'll just shoot it." When the man assured the weapons that he was not Bigfoot – an orange creature told the forest in the northwest – the shooter advised him to wear an orange vest in the future. But Dutton noted that "it was a matter of truth in the report" because the victim spoke to the police one day after the alleged incident could not provide a physical description of the shooter. Police checked the area but did not find the pickup, reported ABC Fox Montana. NEW YORK TOWN & # 39; ADOPTS & # 39; BIGFOOT AS ITS OFFICIAL ANIMAL After local media, the man reported…

A Montana man who was out of goal shooting became a goal himself when another shooter released a shot of shot against him after failing him for Bigfoot, the authorities said.

The 27-year-old goalkeeper told the authorities to set goals outside Helena on Sunday when bullets started flying against him, said Idaho Statesman, Lewis and Clark County Sheriff Leo Dutton.

A round came within three meters of the victim and another was dismissed by even closer he told the police. The man said he was behind nearby trees to cover and eventually confronted the shooter who drove a Ford F-1

50 pickup truck.

BIGFOOT PODCAST “WILD THING” EXPLORES SASQUATCH JAGTER, UNCOVERS OVERVIEWING INSTRUCTION

“I thought you were Bigfoot,” said the victim the shooter told him, according to Dutton. “I’m not targeting exercise – but if I see something that looks like Bigfoot, I’ll just shoot it.”

When the man assured the weapons that he was not Bigfoot – an orange creature told the forest in the northwest – the shooter advised him to wear an orange vest in the future.

But Dutton noted that “it was a matter of truth in the report” because the victim spoke to the police one day after the alleged incident could not provide a physical description of the shooter.

Police checked the area but did not find the pickup, reported ABC Fox Montana.

NEW YORK TOWN & # 39; ADOPTS & # 39; BIGFOOT AS ITS OFFICIAL ANIMAL

After local media, the man reported if a woman found that she had a similar experience where she had been shot on a F-150 man as well.

“We are working to find this person,” said Dutton. “It’s incredibly worried that this person might think it’s good to shoot something that he thinks is Bigfoot.”

If the reports are true, the shooter can face charges, said Dutton.

But the boss said he did not think that the public at large was in danger and noted that “it seems to be a local event in a geographic area”.

According to the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, there have been 46 Bigfoot observations in Montana since 1978 – the last one is 2016 when three backpackers discovered a large, solid upright animal running on two legs through the Gallatin National Forest.

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