Monkeys Break Free in Great Escape From Research Facility in Puerto Rico

Authorities say more than two dozen monkeys have been set free in Puerto Rico after someone broke a lock on their enclosures at a primate research facility.
Police say the roughly 30 rhesus macaques were freed early Sunday from the Caribbean Primate Research Center in the northern town of Toa Baja.
Puerto Rico has long struggled with controlling wild monkeys that descended from escaped research monkeys.