WHEAT RIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – Police in Wheat Ridge are investigating after a goat and two birds were found decapitated in a greenbelt.

According to police, the animals were found on a walking path in Anderson Park located at 4355 Field Street Monday morning after a tip.

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“Upon arrival officers found a male goat that had its head cut off. Alongside the goat were two birds with their heads cut off as well,” Officer John Romero said in a statement. “The animals appeared to have been recently killed. The heads of the animals were not located at the scene.”

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Police currently don’t have any suspects and are attempting to locate the owner of the goat.

Additional Information From The Wheat Ridge Police Department

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If anyone has been in this area recently and observed any suspicious activity, or if anyone has any information regarding this incident, please contact the Community Services Team at (303) 235-2926 or call Crime Stoppers of Metro Denver at (720) 913-7867. Through Crime Stoppers, you may remain anonymous and receive up to $2000 for information that leads to solving this, or other crimes.