Lady Gaga's dad wants suspects who shot dogwalker Ryan Germanotta 'tried for attempted murder' as bulldogs are returned

Lady Gaga's dad wants suspects who shot dogwalker Ryan Germanotta 'tried for attempted murder' as bulldogs are returned

February 27, 2021

LADY Gaga's dad has called for the suspects who shot her dog walker to be tried for attempted murder.

The French bulldogs were found safe on Friday after they were stolen by armed thieves who shot and injured Ryan Fischer in Los Angeles.

An unnamed woman brought beloved pups Koji and Gustav to an LAPD station just after 6pm – two days after the horror shooting.

Detectives and a representative for the singer went to the Olympic Community Police Station – which is just over six miles from the scene of the robbery – and confirmed the identity of the unharmed dogs.

Gaga, 34, is currently filming a movie in Rome.

Fischer, 30, was shot and struck down by dognappers on Wednesday night while walking the singers pooches in West Hollywood.

Her dad Joe Germanotta father said he's confident cops will locate the two suspects, described by cops as two Black males estimated to be between 20-25 years old.

"I want them apprehended so that they are tried for assault and/or attempted murder," he told Fox News..

"I am relieved that Ryan is going to be OK and Koji and Gusatv were found. Thanks to the LAPD.

"Letting Koji and Gustav go unharmed was nice but they must be punished for what they did to Ryan.

"Special thanks to the doctors and nurses in the emergency room."

Meanwhile, the mystery woman who dropped off the dogs appeared to be "uninvolved and unassociated" with the Wednesday night attack, LAPD Cpt John Tippett said.

It was unclear how the woman obtained the dogs or if she would be in line for the $500,000 reward offered by Gaga this week for their safe return.

"Both of Lady Gaga’s dogs have been turned in to a local police station, and they have been safely reunited with Lady Gaga representatives," tweeted the LAPD.

Earlier Friday, Lady Gaga broke her silence to praise Fischer as a "hero".

The singer also begged for the safe return of her dogs and repeated her half-million-dollar reward to get them back.

She shared a few photos of her two missing pets and wrote: “My beloved dogs Koji and Gustav were taken in Hollywood two nights ago.

"My heart is sick and I am praying my family will be whole again with an act of kindness. 

“I will pay $500,000 for their safe return. Email [email protected] to contact us." 

Gaga added: “Or, if you bought or found them unknowingly, the reward is the same. 

“I continue to love you Ryan Fischer, you risked your life to fight for our family. You’re forever a hero.”

He was taken to the hospital in a "grave" condition and is expected to survive his injuries.

Gaga is reportedly speaking with him, and he is now breathing on his own after being shot in the chest.

Shocking surveillance footage from the scene showed a man believed to be Fischer strolling down the street with her three pets, before a white car pulls up beside him.

Two men then appear to get out of the vehicle and run toward the man, who begins crying out for help.

As he screams, a gun can be heard being cocked, while one of the men repeatedly shouts, "Give it up."

A gunshot rings out, followed by more harrowing screams from the man, who is then seen on the ground.

A neighbor shouts over to the victim, "We're calling 911 for you," while he replies: "I'm bleeding out of my heart, of my lung, I'm bleeding out of my chest."

He added: "They stole two dogs," before a neighbor can be seen approaching him and he confirms: "They're Lady Gaga's dogs."

The Sun exclusively revealed that a hero neighbor kept Ryan alive by tending to him after the shooting before cops arrived.

Buck Angel, who lives in front of the spot where Ryan was gunned down, told The Sun: "I heard screaming, which we hear a lot in this neighborhood, but it wasn’t stopping.

"I got up and looked right over my fence and saw a car.

"As soon as I went to pull the knob to go out and see what was going on, I heard a gunshot."

Buck added: "I ran back in my house with my wife and my dogs. We got on all fours and called 911 immediately and then I heard a second gunshot.

“I had no idea what was happening but once everything calmed down, I came out and saw the guy on the floor. I thought he had died.

“I had no idea it was Lady Gaga’s dogs until the guy told our neighbor who was helping him.

"The guy was conscious while he was laying there. It all happened so fast and the police got here really quick.”

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