Baby Goat Stolen From Filbert Street Garden in Curtis Bay

| May 19, 2020 | 0 Comments

Baltimore Police Department update at 12am on 5/20/20: 

Stolen Goat Returned

On May 19, 2020, at approximately 9:52 p.m., Southern District detectives were notified that the baby goat stolen earlier that morning from the 1300 block of Filbert Street was anonymously returned.

The owners are overjoyed and thankful that Ed is home safe and unharmed.

Facebook post from the Filbert Street Garden which is located at 1317 Filbert St. in Curtis Bay:

At 12:13am on May 19th, 2020, two teenage boys broke into Filbert Street Garden and took Ed the baby Nigerian Dwarf Goat. They cut the lock off the barn and cut through the goat fencing.

Ed is 20lbs, white with black stripes, and tan ‘moon spots’ in his white fur. They brought a container for him.

Please – if you see a goat like him in Baltimore City or Northern Anne Arundel County, please call us at (831) 402-1066.

We’re not sure if the hope is to sell him or if it is part of some initiation. Filbert Street Garden and the community begs whoever did this to please just quietly return Ed. He is not old enough to ween from his mother yet and could die.

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