Baby goat found safe after video captures theft from Pinole field

Pinole, Calif. (KGO) – Update! Neighbors found the newborn goat safe and returned to its mother.

The previous story is as follows:

A search is underway in the East Bay for someone who was caught on camera with a newborn goat. It happened in Pinole, where the goats were eating grass for fire protection.

There are 700 goats mowing in El Sobrante but the youngest of the herd is missing. Goats R Us owner Terri Oyarzun isn’t the only one heartbroken…so is his mother.
“The mother is missing it, wondering what happened,” she said.

Terri Oyarzun said the newborn goat was taken from its mother and herd on Friday while it was grazing in the Pinole neighborhood, the theft of which is believed to have been captured by security cameras at Dom Erfe’s home.

One person was seen grabbing the baby goat and leaving with it, leaving its mother watching on the hillside as they crossed the road and crashed into a gray sedan, possibly a Ford Focus, and drove off. few seconds later. The goat takes a nap, a possible holiday joke.

“My thoughts are that someone thinks this is a great idea for Easter, I’m really sad that someone would do it,” Oyarzun said.

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A herder and custodian did not witness the stolen goat, the newborn baby now in need of breast milk.

“As time goes by, the separation between mother and child grows larger, it’s pathetic.” Oyarzun added.
Dom Erfe says that carrying a baby goat is unbelievable.

“If I see something coming out of the fence, it’s not yours,” Erfe said.

Pinole police are investigating the goat herding case, which they said has no leads so far.

Terri says these goats are more than just herbivores, they’re a family and she has a message for anyone who embraces it.

“My message is to do the right thing, give back our goat.”

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