Pet goat stolen from a field in Packington, Leicestershire
A pet goat has been stolen from a field in Packington.
Mona the pygmy goat was taken sometime between 11am on Friday February 15 and 10am on Saturday February 16 from a field on Coleorton Lane.
The goat, which is black and white, is around eight-years-old and wears a red collar.
Officers who are appealing to anyone who knows anything about the theft, think Mona was lifted out of her pen because the lock was still intact.
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PC Claire Burrows, the investigating officer, said: “The owner is obviously very upset by the loss of the goat. She is particularly concerned as there is a possibility that the goat was stolen for breeding but could potentially die if bred from as she has a health condition.
“We would like to appeal to anyone you may remember seeing someone in these areas between these times acting suspiciously. Did you see someone putting the goat into a vehicle?
“We would also like anyone who has been approached by a person trying to sell a goat to call us and aid us in our investigation.”
Anyone with any information is asked to contact PC Burrows on 101.