St Elizabeth police recover stolen goats

ST ELIZABETH, Jamaica — The St Elizabeth police say they recovered five goats at South Hampton, in the parish, on Saturday, May 28.

The goats—three ewes and two rams—were recovered about 10:00 am in an operation in the area. Three of the goats have been pointed out by their owner, who reported that they were stolen about three weeks ago in the community of Northampton in the parish.

Investigators continue to make efforts to identify the owner/s of the other two goats and are urging anyone who may have been a victim of goat thieves recently to contact the Black River Police immediately at 876-965-2232.

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