Goats Removed From High School Roof
SIMSBURY, Conn., (UPI) — Police in Connecticut said they do not know the origins of four goats placed atop a high school roof in an apparent senior prank.
Simsbury police and firefighters said they were called Wednesday morning to Simsbury High School after the custodian noticed the goats on the roof around 6 a.m., WVIT-TV, New Britain, Conn., reported.
Police said Nevin Christensen, the owner of Flamig Farm, was called in to help and he verified the goats were not from his farm.
Investigators said they are hoping a tag on one of the animals will lead them to the owner.
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