Updated: June 29, 2014 - 3:17pm
Overland Park Police are investigating after five teenagers stole a goat from the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead and then took the goat to an Olathe McDonald's.
Olathe Police were called to the McDonald's near 151st Street and Black Bob Road around 1:30 a.m. after a group of juveniles reportedly walked the stolen goat into the restaurant. The manager asked the teenagers to leave and called police.
Olathe officers arrived to find a group of teenagers with a goat, walking through the parking lot. Eventually one of the teenagers admitted that the goat had been taken from the Deanna Rose Children's Farmstead, located at 13800 Switzer Road in Overland Park. Officers contacted Overland Park Police who responded to the McDonald's with an animal control truck and gave the goat a ride home.
Overland Park Police say five teenagers were arrested and could face charges of trespassing and theft. The goat was returned and appears unharmed.
It is unclear how the teenagers got into the farmstead to begin with.
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