(Portland, OR) -- The Belmont Goats are back home in their North Syracuse Street park after a group of self-described anarchists cut their fence and released them to protest sweeps of homeless encampments. Officials say the suspects cut the fence Monday night and left behind a note explaining their actions. The small herd of five goats was later found near some rhododendron bushes, which are poisonous to goats. The note posted by the alleged anarchists said they did it to oppose a move by the city to relocate the goats onto a portion of the Peninsula Trail Crossing, which is home to unsanctioned encampments. The goats are a nonprofit-funded herd that can be visited by the public and schools at no cost.