Another Maryland resident spots zebra on the loose

A resident spotted one zebra in a Maryland county on the loose this week after other residents spotted three zebras last week.

Chris Horrell told Fox 5 DC he spotted a zebra on Croom Road in the Upper Marlboro area of Prince George’s County, Md., which is under 10 minutes away from where he lives, Tuesday night, and captured a video of it.

Earlier this month, Prince George’s County Animal Control chief Rodney Taylor said three zebras had been on the loose for several days after escaping from a from a private farm.

Last week, Upper Marlboro resident Davon Bennett spotted three zebras while he was taking out the trash and neighbor Layla Curling saw the zebras behind her house.

Animal control officials said five zebras escaped from a herd of 31 others on the same farm.