On July 29, 2003, five animal rights activist were arrested in Finland after attempting to break into a fur farm in Maalahti.
The activist targeted a farm that had been the target of another activist raid in 2002 that resulted in the release of 1,00 mink.
This time around, a newly installed security system alerted the owner and a security company who in turn alerted police. Police stopped a card the five were apparently attempting to flee the scene in, and according to a newspaper report on the arrests discovered “a number of objects in the car similar to those used in previous fur farm raids.”
Attempted fur farm raid fails — police catch five animal rights activists. Helsingin Sanomat, July 30, 2003.
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