WISN out of Milwaukee reports that Anthony Pettis offered a reward for information that identifies people seen on a surveillance camera going through a vehicle parked outside his home on Wednesday.
The reward offer was posted on Pettis’s Facebook page on Wednesday morning but taken down later in the day. The surveillance footage showed two unidentified men pulling up in a car in front of Pettis’s Milwaukee home. They tried to enter a brown Cadillac and then opened a white Range Rover and removed property.
The Milwaukee Police Department was contacted as their dispatch log indicates a report of "entry to autos" at Pettis’s home at 10:46 AM on Wednesday. The footage can be viewed at this link.
Pettis (19-5) will headline UFC 206 later this month against Max Halloway, in a fight that will be for the UFC interim featherweight championship. He was a victim of arson back in October when cars in his driveway were set on fire. He took a photo and posted it on his social media accounts that you can view below:
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