Kid-napped Appeal after two men abduct 'precious' newborn goat from Co Dublin farm
"She is a female pygmy goat aged only three weeks old. If anyone has any information, can they please contact staff at #newbridgehouseandfarm ?"
A newborn goat has been stolen from Newbridge Farm in north county Dublin.
According to the farm’s Facebook page, CCTV footage showed two men dressed in black breaking into the farm to steal the newborn kid.
The female pygmy goat, aged just three weeks old, was abducted from the farm either on night of Friday 25th or Saturday 26th of February.
Taking to social media, the farm shared: “On Friday night / Saturday morning, CCTV footage shows two males dressed in black, breaking into Newbridge Farm and stealing a precious newborn kid.”
“She is a female pygmy goat aged only three weeks old. If anyone has any information can they please contact staff at #newbridgehouseandfarm.”
“Please share to help bring our baby home.”
The farm also confirmed that Garda were notified of the break-in and theft.
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