Flash: More monkey business, this time in a Louisiana zoo

Developing —and weird—story..

First a zoo in Texas, and now this!

Twelve squirrel monkeys have been stolen from a zoo in Louisiana after their facility was broken into over the weekend.

The theft happened shortly before midnight Saturday and authorities are investigating, Zoosiana said on its Facebook page.

“The individual targeted facilities of smaller primates and specifically compromised the Squirrel Monkey exhibit,” the zoo said.

The investigation at the zoo in Broussard, Louisiana, just outside Lafayette, comes as authorities in Dallas are investigating a series of unusual incidents involving animals at the zoo there, including the disappearance Monday of two emperor tamarin monkeys found a day later in an abandoned home about 15 miles away, officials said.