Shark Stolen from San Antonio Aquarium Reportedly in Good Condition

The shark, stolen from the San Antonio aquarium, is reportedly in good condition

It seems that the stolen Texas horn shark is the happiest fish in the world.

After fearing that the missing shark-horn might not occur after it was found alive, officials in the San Antonio aquarium say that the sea creature is really in “very good condition” because the thieves who took it using the wheelchair earlier on Monday actually knew what they were doing, according to the report.

The station said that after the police discovered one of the suspect’s houses using a license plate, the fish turned out to be “prosperous” because of the good care the rascal gave.

“Fortunately, the thief was the one who knew what he was doing,” said the head of the Leon-Valley police Joseph Salvajo at the station.

The head also said that the two suspects confessed to a water crime. One, 38 years old, may face accusations of a criminal offence. The third did not admit, he said.

Shark Stolen from San Antonio Aquarium Reportedly in Good Condition
It was also discovered that around the time the shark went missing, Facebook had an advertisement for selling a shark-horn for $ 300 in the San Antonio area, according to reports. It was unclear whether there was a proposal for the sale of thieves.

 

Source: NY Post