A goat in suburban Maryland has been seen roaming the streets of the small town of Delray Beach, prompting residents to ask what is going on and why they are seeing the animals roaming.
The goats were spotted on Monday and the town was put on lockdown, according to the Maryland Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
“I don’t know if they are doing this because they are afraid, or they are in a rush to get home,” Delray resident Karen DeHart told the Baltimore Sun.
“Or it’s just something they are looking for.
It’s just a bit of curiosity and curiosity.”
Delray has about 1,500 residents and a population of about 3,500.
Delray, Maryland is about 15 miles north of Baltimore and includes a community of more than 1,000 people and a metro area of about 1.3 million people.