Miss Helen, shark stolen in a pram, recovering in USA aquarium

Miss Helen, shark stolen in a pram, recovering in USA aquarium

Miss Helen, shark stolen in a pram, recovering in USA aquarium

Police Chief Joseph Salvaggio in the San Antonio suburb of Leon Valley said the suspects maintained an extensive collection of marine animals in their home, which nearly seemed like a mock-up of the San Antonio Aquarium.

A 38-year-old man has since been arrested, according to KSAT12. Authorities say a male snatched it from a petting tank Saturday afternoon before two others wrapped it in a wet blanket. "The minute she walked out the door, they grabbed that shark". Police say they found the shark at the home of the main suspect in the heist.

According to Fox News, a decision will be made on Tuesday about what charges the thieves will face.

One suspect is in custody and "the shark is alive and well and on its way back to the aquarium", Jenny Spellman, the aquarium's general manager, told NBC News on Monday night.

Video of the aqua-themed heist was released by the aquarium on Monday.

A man allegedly posted a picture of a horn shark online under the caption "selling a horn shark, flawless for next shark week".

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According to the post, an employee in the area noticed the man and reported the activity to management, who then confronted the three in the parking lot, but were 'denied access to both searching the vehicle and the stroller'.

"He had had one of these in the past", Salvaggio said.

One 38-year-old man has been charged with theft, while charges against the other two suspects are pending; officials are looking into whether the sharknapping will necessitate federal charges.Miss Helen is now back at home in the aquarium, and seems to be in good health.

Police found the three suspects Monday night and returned Miss Helen to the aquarium.

"When we first got the call, we thought it was kind of a hoax being that it was Shark Week last week", Salvaggio told KSAT TV.

The horn shark is native to the California coast and can grow to one metre in length. "She is doing good so far, and we are hopeful she will recover fully from the shock, and return to her home she is used to". "He had had one of these in the past. obviously he likes those types of animals".

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