(Sanbury, PA) - Mink farm staff in Pennsylvania are trying to recover as many as 800 minks that officials say were released from a fur farm Sunday.
Police say someone cut holes in the fence allowing hundreds of the furry animals to escape. The incident happened at the Richard H. Stahl Sons farm outside Sunbury.
A local veterinarian who works with the owners says the creatures are most likely confused and hungry with no idea how to survive outside. It's not clear who released the animals and the incident is still under investigation.