Annapolis Police are searching for a man in connection with the theft of a stuffed replica of the Naval Academy mascot that was stolen from a Jeep during a football game against Indiana on Oct. 20.
The screen shot comes from a video obtained by police who say the man is considered a suspect in the stuffed goat's disappearance.
The goat's owner told police he brought the stuffed animal to his Class of 1961 tailgate party, but left it inside his car parked at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium for the game.
Police said the man forgot to completely roll up a window, and the goat was missing when he returned to his car.
The stuffed animal is a “realistic life-sized stuffed goat” that police said is worth more than $600.
Anyone with information about the stuffed goat should call Detective Hipsky of the Annapolis Police Department at 410-268-9000.