BROCKTON, Mass. -- An odd police chase turned heads in Massachusetts this week.
An Emu broke out of its enclosure in New England and took off through town.
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Surveillance cameras spotted the large, flightless bird, named Mallory, wandering through intersection of a Boston suburb.
Mallory's owner, Lee Flaherty, thinks she got spooked by a wild animal, jumped a 6-foot fence, and took off.
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"She was terrified," Flaherty said.
With help from police, they finally captured Mallory and returned her to her pen. Other than a minor scrape on her leg, Mallory was unharmed.