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Pygmy goat is stolen from field

A pygmy goat has been stolen from a Suffolk field.

The goat, which is black and grey and has a tag in its ear, was stolen from Tuddenham St Mary, near Mildenhall.

It is believed offenders stole the goat from its field between the afternoon of Thursday 16 April and the morning of Friday 17 April.

Pygmy goats can be sold for about £200 each and can be considered collectable pets. Police have appealed for the goat to be returned.



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