A goat ended a weekend stroll across Auburn at a hotel in town, apparently thinking it was a good idea to take a rest inside.
An unusual sight in MA over the weekend, when a goat chose to take a tour of the town of Auburn! "But starting at about 6 a.m. Friday morning, we started receiving calls from residents about a goat wandering around town".
Police responded to numerous reported goat sightings during the weekend, but were unable to catch up with the farm fugitive until it wandered into Auburn's La Quinta Hotel about 4:30 a.m. Monday. Surveillance video showed a goat who spent almost 24 hours on the lam.
The animal's owner, pig farmer Peter Blash, told CBS in Boston that the animal - known as goat No. 448 - escaped by jumping a 5-foot fence at his farm in Millbury, Mass., about five miles from Auburn.
People saw him on this road, that drive, this avenue, that street, and Route 20.
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"They take off like a bullet", Blash said.
He said the goat, while crafty, was not his most impressive runaway.
That's where police finally caught it and returned the goat to its owner at a pig farm.
And being in New England, the department couldn't resist making a Patriots reference.
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