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NEW BEDFORD, MA - JULY 14: A shortfin mako shark emerges from the water after being caught by Eric Kelly on the Kalida during the 31st North Atlantic Monster Shark Tournament on July 14, 2017 in New Bedford, Massachusetts. The annual non-profit fishing tournament brings fishermen from all over New England in search of shortfin mako, porbeagle and common thresher sharks. (Photo by Maddie Meyer Getty Images)

Like, for example, how do you steal a shark in a stroller and NOT GET CAUGHT RIGHT AWAY?

Along with the description “The 16-inch-long horn shark was stolen from our tide pool exhibit while the attendant was assisting other guests. The suspects staked out the pool for more than an hour to wait for this opportunity,” the San Antonio Aquarium posted this video of the suspects who stole the shark.

San Antonio Aquarium

This is a video of the suspects. This is linking to the earlier post about the Horn Shark that was stolen from the San Antonio Aquarium.


Being that the shark was on the smaller side, Cosmopolitan says that the thieves put the shark in a bucket, and then placed the bucket in the stroller, covered. The story notes that the shark, who is named Miss Helen, was returned to the aquarium on Monday, and one of the thieves were caught and charged, and the other two will be charged as well.

It’s unclear if these people were looking to steal the shark and then sell it, or if they had different plans for the shark, but it just blows my mind. Who thinks “You know what would be a great idea? Let’s go to the aquarium and steal a shark!”