Three people are suspected of stealing a shark from the San Antonio Aquarium by hiding it in a stroller.
San Antonio police are seeking tips that will lead them to the suspects - and the shark. In a statement, the aquarium said the trio "staked out the pool for more than an hour" before taking the animal.
The other two suspects who allegedly participated in the theft were also expected to be charged for the crime, police said.
We have been working closely with Leon Valley and San Antonio police departments to recover the animal and apprehend the suspects.
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The individuals moved to another part of the building and wrapped the shark into a blanket and placed it in a stroller.
The group then put their unusual cargo into a maroon truck.
The shark, which was described as being 16 inches long, was taken right out of a pool as an attendant spoke with another visitor. It said the solution caused "harm to other wildlife" and added, "If it weren't for the fast acting experienced staff, the bleach would have done more damage". The employee then apparently went on to inform management about what she saw. One of the men wouldn't allow her to search his truck, claiming that his son was sick and drove off, leaving his companions behind in the parking lot.
Salvaggio said that when they first got the call, he and his officers thought it was a "hoax" because Discovery Channel hosted its famous "Shark Week" the week prior.