Published: Wed, August 01, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

San Antonio Aquarium Recovers Shark Stolen in Baby Stroller

San Antonio Aquarium Recovers Shark Stolen in Baby Stroller

Then one of the male suspect then put the animal in a stroller to disguise it as a baby for a clean getaway in a SUV in the parking lot. The person is now facing fines of $750 to $2,500.

A four-door Chevrolet Silverado maroon truck left the aquarium with the shark.

According to Leon Valley Police, one of the men who went to the San Antonio Aquarium Saturday is a marine wildlife expert who deliberately targeted Miss Helen. But this fish tale has a happy ending - Ms. Helen is safely back at home.

According to Jen Spellman, general manager of the San Antonio Aquarium, an employee noticed what was going on and immediately notified management.

Aquarium workers said the 16-inch horn shark named Miss Helen not only survived the ordeal but is in good health now. The video shows a man plucking the shark from the tank and carrying it away, off camera, still dripping water.

The other two suspects in this case - a man and a woman - have not yet been identified by authorities. "I'm really proud of her and I'm so overjoyed to have her back", said San Antonio Aquarium Assistant Husbandry Director Jamie Shank.

Police confirmed that a 38-year-old man was arrested on Monday night in connection with the theft, the Daily Mail reported. She asked to search their vehicle, the suspects fled and aquarium staff gave the license plate number to the police.

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Monday night, the aquarium announced that employees were on their way to retrieve Miss Helen - and she was alive.

"I can not believe what she's been through".

"We're so lucky they were amateur aquarium enthusiasts", Stellman said, adding that she saw several other sharks in the garage's tanks.

After police located the truck and information about the heist, including video footage, was broadcast by news media, tip-offs directed them to a house near where the truck was parked.

Texas law enforcement officials are speaking with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to see whether any federal charges can be filed, Salvaggio said. "He had had one of these in the past. obviously he likes those types of animals".

"Ms Helen (our horn shark) is in quarantine right now resting".

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