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Police looking for owner of 100 goats spotted wandering Ontario road

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GEORGINA, Ont. - Police in southern Ontario say they're looking for the owner of a wayward herd of about 100 goats. York Regional Police say officers responded Tuesday to a report that approximately 100 goats were on Frog Street in Georgina, Ont., a community about 80 kilometres north of Toronto.
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