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A mischievous goat sent two Virginia police officers on a foot chase last Thursday when it escaped its owner and took off running.

The animal was first sighted by parents picking up their child at school, according to The Virginian-Pilot.

By the time Norfolk police officers Adam Blankenship and Nicholas Calnan got there, it was trotting off again.

It wasn’t long before they managed to catch up.

Police say the goat’s original owner didn’t know he couldn’t keep it in the city. It has now been adopted by another owner in Mathews County.

“No charges will be filed against the goat!” the department joked on Facebook. “He was just enjoying the springtime weather.”


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