RAVENNA (AP) – Authorities say an elusive little goat is to blame for some damage in a West Michigan downtown.

The Muskegon Chronicle reports the pygmy goat ran away Monday from a livestock sale in Ravenna, about 20 miles northwest of Grand Rapids.

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The goat was spotted Tuesday in front of a local business and it appeared that it cracked glass on a door, possibly after seeing its reflection.

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The Muskegon County sheriff’s department responded, but the goat ran away. Damage to the glass was estimated at $300.

Muskegon County Sheriff Dean Roesler tells The Associated Press the goat remained at large Thursday morning. He says no other damage was reported.

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