The owners of an Amersham farm have released a new video of the seven goats that were stolen in an overnight raid.

The animals were taken from Kew Little Pigs in the early hours of Wednesday, October 26 with police launching an investigation into the theft.

Owner Olivia Mikhail said the animals were "part of our family" and she was "absolutely petrified" they would be killed for meat.

In a recent plea, she said: “Despite our hopes and prayers there has still been no real news about the goats. 

“We are releasing this video to show how loved our goats are, and hopefully jog someone’s memory. 

“We are still appealing for anyone with any information, no matter how small to get in touch with us or the police.” 

Previously, she said: "I am absolutely petrified that they will be killed for meat, they are part of our family and I can't stop thinking about what might be happening to them.

"These are tame pet goats, and they have a happy life on the farm.

"We take security incredibly seriously so this is obviously a planned raid by someone who has come and seen what measures we have in place. It feels like a terrible violation.

"If anyone knows where they are please, please get in touch with the police or us directly. We just want them home."

A Thames Valley Police spokesperson said: “If anyone has any information that may help this investigation, you can make a report by calling 101 or making a report online, quoting reference 43220481706.”