Oct 19, 2016 12:12 PM
MILFORD, Mass. — Two domesticated goats have been stolen from a home on Chestnut St. by two men in a red pickup truck.
The goats got out on Tuesday and were corralled by neighbors while waiting for a response from animal control or the owner.
While waiting, two Spanish speaking men showed up and claimed the goats were theirs - the neighbor handed the goats over.
The goats actually belong to a young lady who has raised the goats from birth.
The goats are believed to still be in Milford.
If anyone happens to see these goats in a neighbors yard, or know who may be responsible, please contact the Milford police at 508-473-1113 or via Facebook message.
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