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Men steal shark from aquarium
    2018-08-02  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

TWO Texas men have admitted to stealing a shark from an aquarium in San Antonio and hiding it in a baby stroller, police said Monday.

The incident occurred Saturday and was caught on surveillance video from inside the San Antonio Aquarium. That video shows one of the men standing over an open-top aquarium and grabbing the 46-centimeter-long horn shark out of the water with his hands. He then appears to nod to his accomplice, who is holding a bag and the two walk off-camera.

Leon Valley Police Chief Joseph Salvaggio said the pair put the shark into the bag and then into a bucket that was hidden inside a baby stroller, which they used to exit the aquarium to try to avoid suspicion.

In a Facebook post, the aquarium said an employee saw the man take the shark out of the water and alerted management. When the men tried to leave, a manager asked if he could search their vehicle, but the men denied that request and left.

But aquarium employees were able to record the license plate number of the vehicle the men were in and gave it to police, who quickly located the suspected shark snatchers. Turned out, the shark was in good health because the suspects have had experience with marine animals and had the shark in a proper environment.

(SD-Agencies)

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