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Trio of thieves put shark in baby stroller, roll it out of the San Antonio Aquarium

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Two men have confessed to snatching a small shark from a Texas aquarium's interactive touch tank then whisking it away, wrapping in a blanket and concealing in a baby stroller, police say.

Surveillance video showed three suspects scoping the aquarium out, and minutes later, a man stuck his hand inside a tank, pulled the shark out, and walked to the back.

Salvaggio says the truck used in the heist was recovered Monday evening.

Salvaggio told San Antonio TV station KSAT that one of the men was knowledgeable about marine life and likely went to the aquarium specifically for that shark.

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Police said a mock-up aquarium was uncovered at the suspect's house. Police say the suspects used a baby stroller to then sneak the shark out. "We sure hope it does, but being outside of that environment that it's made to be in - the warm water, the salt water - there's a good chance it won't make it", Salvaggio said.

Chief Salvaggio said one man had been charged over the heist and two other people were expected to be charged.

The thief in custody is said to have confessed to his actions and has not yet been named. 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".

Authorities said the thieves could face felony theft charges and possibly federal charges as well.

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On Monday night, police successfully rescued the shark and returned her to the aquarium.

"We'll be surprised if the shark survives".

Police have issued an appeal for information about two men and one woman, according to local station KSAT12.

"Security footage indicated that the suspects brought their own net to capture the horn shark".

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An employee witnessed these freakish antics and immediately told aquarium managers. Spellman confronted the group in the parking lot, but one of the men denied her request to search the truck. Aquarium officials welcomed the shark back on Monday night.

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