By Staff

CONCORD (CBS) – A four-year-old goat that had been on the run for nearly two weeks has been safely returned to his owner.

The Nigerian Dwarf goat mix named Spencer escaped from area of Lowell and Barnes Hill Road in Concord on April 22.

During his nearly two weeks on the run Spencer made it from Concord to Lincoln to Weston and finally Sudbury where he was found by Police Sgt. Erin Corey on Monday.

Spencer the goat. (WBZ-TV)

Spencer’s family said he’s a bit of an outcast,

“Spencer’s always been kind of more on his own I’d say than the other goats.” Lulu Feeney, the daughter of the owner, told WBZ-TV. “They were born here actually so I guess he wanted to see a little more of the world.”

Sudbury Police captured Spencer, a goat that was on the run from his Concord home for 10 days. (Image Credit: Bernadette Feeney)

In a Facebook post, owner Bernadette Feeney thanked the police departments and an animal control officer who helped look for Spencer. She said he’s not really a “people person” so she’s glad no one got too close. Staff