A Fort Calhoun family says one of its Alpacas is missing, and family members fear the animal may have been stolen
A Fort Calhoun family says one of its Alpacas is missing, and family members fear the native South American animal may have been stolen.
Kay Ryschon tells Newsradio 1110 KFAB that the Suri Alpaca was last seen around 3pm Tuesday and does not believe it would have left the herd on its own accord.
The female Alpaca, named Summer, is 7 years old, 5 feet tall at the head and is micro-chipped. Ryschon said it's believed Summer, owned by her daughter, was taken from the herd through a section of a fence on the acreage north of Omaha.
Anyone with information on the case should contact the Washington County Sheriff's office.