Three baby pygmy goats have been stolen from an East Sussex farm, leaving a six-year-old girl heartbroken.

Three young pygmy goats, Jasmine, Primrose and Poppy, have been stolen from Honeycomb Farm in Hailsham, East Sussex.Three baby pygmy goats stolen from East Sussex farm
Three young pygmy goats, Jasmine, Primrose and Poppy, have been stolen from Honeycomb Farm in Hailsham, photo by Honeycomb Farm.

The goats were stolen from Honeycomb Farm in Hailsham between 4pm on Sunday, June 30 and 6am on Monday, July 1.

The farm’s owner, Paul Koc, said his 6-year-old daughter, Rae, is “heartbroken.”

Baby pygmy goats Jasmine, Primrose and Poppy were found missing on Monday morning with the door to their enclosure “broken open”.

Antonia Koc told the media: “We have their mothers who are still crying for them.”

Three baby pygmy goats have been stolen from Honeycomb Farm in Hailsham, photo by Honeycomb Farm.

Very much missed

Six-year-old Rae has “a broken heart,” photo by Honeycomb Farm.

The owners of Honeycomb Farm released a statement saying: “Please help get them back to their mothers and their small farmer.

“If anyone suddenly has three new goats or sees them for sale, please let us know.

“This has been reported as a theft and we miss them terribly, along with their mothers.

“They are all super friendly babies, so very small, but with very different colours.

“Please make them too hot to hold and share this post. We just want them home!”

Sussex Police said the incident had been passed to the Rural Crime Team and an investigation had been launched.

Witnesses or anyone with information or footage is asked to contact police via the internet or call 101, quoting serial number 300 of 01/07.”

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