A Georgia man is asking burglars to come back and give him a second chance to shoot them after stealing the guns he kept for home security.
Lovette Tennie has been stockpiling weapons for years to use in case of a break-in, but he was disappointed that thieves stole his arsenal while he was home, reported WSB-TV.
“I’ve been living around here for 37 years I never had any break-ins like this,” Tennie said.
The burglars broke in through a window while he was home, but he failed to notice until it was too late.
“That window ain't never been open in 27 years, and they opened that window," Tennie said. "I don’t know how they got it open I couldn’t even open it."
The thieves ransacked Tennie's southeast Atlanta home and stole several high-powered firearms, and now he's worried the guns will wind up in the wrong hands.
“They are fully loaded," Tennie explained. "I shoot double-aught buck, because if I think somebody is going to break in on me, I have double-aught buck in my gun -- shoot anybody that is going to harm me on the other side of that door."
Tennie is hoping they'll return, so he can have another chance to use his guns against the burglars.
“Come back again," he said. "I’ve got something for you -- I have got something for you."