A nanny goat and her three kids which were stolen from a farm have been found safe and well.

Following an appeal to find the animals, they were safely found in Norfolk at the weekend.

The animals had been stolen from a farm building in Kings Langley on Thursday or Friday. A two-day-old Belgian Blue Cross was also taken and police have been unable to find the calf yet.

PC Karl Diggins, who is leading the investigation, said: “We were extremely concerned for the welfare of these animals, given their young age, so I am pleased they have been found safe and well. Our enquiries are continuing to trace those responsible for taking them and to trace the calf, which remains outstanding at this time.

“Our concerns still remain for this young animal so if you have any information which could assist us, please get in touch.”

Anyone with information is asked to call 101, quoting crime reference 41/52160/18.