Fears that baby goat stolen from Staunton Country Park could die
Staff fear a baby goat stolen from Staunton Country Park will die if it is not reunited with its mother.
Police say the four-day-old pygmy goat kid is believed to have been stolen from the Havant visitor attraction last night.
A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said: ‘Staff at the park are concerned that if the goat is not reunited with its mother soon it is likely to die and is likely to be already suffering from the separation.
‘The goat is male, and all black with one white hoof.
‘Can you help getting this little fella back his mum? Any sightings or knowledge call 101 and quote 44160196086.’
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A statement on the Staunton Park Facebook site said: ‘Needs to be found within the next 12 hours as is completely dependant on its mother. A distraught mother wanting her little boy back. Please contact 02392 453405 if you have any relevant information.’
Picture: Staunton Country Park via Facebook