Firefighters' horror after returning from battling blazes to find his pet ...

Firefighter's horror after returning home from battling out-of-control bushfires to find his two pet dingoes shot dead Firefighter Murray Ings believes his pet dingoes have been shot dead  His neighbours said people trespassed onto his property and shot them Mr Ings said he believes his dingoes were shot dead on December 14

By Tom Place For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 03:54 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 03:54 GMT, 8 January 2020

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A devastated volunteer firefighter returned home from battling bushfires to find his two pet dingoes shot dead.

Murray Ings, 55, a forester in northern NSW, works with the Environmental Protection Agency and takes in dingoes. 

Mr Ings returned home on Saturday after battling the bushfires at Mount Nardi when he found his dingo Bindi and her two pups Wolf and Tyrant nowhere to be seen.

Firefighter Murray Ings (pictured) has returned home to find two of this pet dingoes shot dead by intruders. Mr Ings pictured holding his dingo Bindi at five-weeks-old

Firefighter Murray Ings (pictured) has returned home to find two of this pet dingoes shot dead by intruders. Mr Ings pictured holding his dingo Bindi at five-weeks-old

At first Mr Ings was not concerned, as his dingoes live mostly independent from him, but started to worry on Wednesday when the pup Tyrant returned home distraught.

'He was just

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