'Elvis' the goat stolen outside Groveland restaurant
Animal was part of farm outside Red Wing
A popular Central Florida restaurant is pleading for the return one of its prized attractions, a goat named "Elvis."
The goat was part of a small farm outside the Red Wing restaurant in Groveland. He was a popular attraction for kids.
But now he is missing and believed to have been stolen.
The restaurant keeps about 100 animals on the property.
The 6-month old goat disappeared on Monday, but there are no clues as to what happened to him.
The restaurant owner, Patrick Borsey, did not have any surveillance cameras, so for now he's just hoping someone who knows what happened will contact him.
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