Liquorice, Cinamon and Muddy the alpacas are missing from Girards Hill. Photo Contributed
Liquorice, Cinamon and Muddy the alpacas are missing from Girards Hill. Photo Contributed Contributed

Missing alpacas: Have you seen Liquorice, Cinnamon or Muddy?

UPDATE: BELOVED alpacas Liquorice, Cinnamon and Muddy have still not be found and their owner, Adriana Perrin, is desperate to find them.

If anyone has seen the three alpacas, who went missing from their Girards Hill yard on Monday, please contact Ms Perrin.

 

A sign put up at roundabout near the Wyrallah Road shops by Adriana Perrin.
A sign put up at roundabout near the Wyrallah Road shops by Adriana Perrin.

INITIAL REPORT: IF you're in Lismore and happen to spot a family of alpacas wandering by, their owner would really appreciate a heads-up.

The alpacas, two brown adults and a black juvenile, busted out of the yard at their Girards Hill home on Monday and their owner, Adriana Perrin, has been searching everywhere for them.

Ms Perrin, has posted a sign at at roundabout near the Wyrallah Road shops asking for help finding the alpacas and is asking anyone who has spotted the animals to phone her on 0419 807 641.



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