Seems kind of iffy that they'd actually even be remotely thinking about the werewolf/beast thing that they were hunting, what with Ziggy going possessing their leader and threatening them and all.
@Di: Or they think Ziggy IS the "werewolf" they thought they were looking for.
@Di: In the prologue of issue 2, Taylor specifically pulled a ton of research out of a scientist's mind, so she has the ability to dig things up as she needs them. I think it's less that that's actually what they're thinking about right now and more that this piece of information in their minds os of interest to her
@Larkie: That may be so, but it doesn't appear as if she noticed them and instantly started to delve deeply into their minds. It seems as if she just barely noticed them and is catching a glimpse of their surface thoughts.
@Torn: Considering they see the werewolf go into the the building and then see Ziggy come from a different direction that seems suspect as well but I suppose feasible.
@Di: I'm with Larkie, I think the setup works. The two panels between "who the hell are these people," and "OH SHIT" suggest to me that Taylor's spending time reading them.
Plus, the first thing a fugitive is going to want to dig into about strange people outside is "who are these people and why are they here?" Either thread leads directly to reading thought's concerning the 'wolf, so it doesn't even really need to be all that much time passing between frames.