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Three people grabbed a small shark from a basin in the San Antonio Aquarium and smuggled it out in a stroller over the weekend, the aquarium said on Monday. 19659004] A suspect is in custody and "the shark is alive and well and on its way back to the aquarium!" A spokeswoman for the aquarium said on Monday night NBC News  The safety video released on Monday shows the alleged Sharknappers strolling through the aquarium's aisle on Saturday before launching the 1
Das Aquarium said that the thieves had brought their own net to catch the shark in an interactive "touch basin" at the tide pool exhibition, while a lifeguard assisted other visitors.
Then they ducked into a filter room and emptied a bleach bucket into which they placed the shark, the aquarium. They used the bucket to get the shark in the stroller and hurried up the stairs to the parking lot.
In the aquarium, the managers said that they had gone to the parking lot and caught up with the suspects on both the vehicle and the buggy
The Horned Shark is a small, slow-moving member of the Bullhead Shark species that predominantly exists the west coast of California to the Gulf of California is found. They mainly eat molluscs, crustaceans, worms and sea anemones.
"We value the lives of all our animals and are proud of the care we can give them, as well as the education we can give the public about these valued species," said the aquarium.