Stolen dwarf goat reunited with her owner in Washington; 1 suspect arrested, 2 others identified

GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, Wash. — A 3-month-old dwarf goat was stolen from a fair, but eventually reunited with her owner in Washington.

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According to Grays Harbor Sheriff’s Office in a Facebook post, on Saturday at around 6:30 p.m, a 3-month-old Nigerian dwarf goat named Penny was taken from the Grays Harbor County Fair.

Penny was reportedly seen with some people at a Walmart in the area shortly after she was taken, according to KIRO.

GHSO said that after they received multiple tips from a Facebook post about Penny, deputies were able to find her and reunite her with her owners. According to KIRO, one person has been arrested and two others have been identified but not charged yet.

If you or anyone you know has any information, call Grays Harbor Dispatch at 360-533-8765.