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2 Alligators Stolen From Pennsylvania Pet Shop

They were valued at about $2,000.

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Two alligators were stolen from a pet store in Indiana County, PA.

They were taken Aug. 8 from Pearce’s Pet Place in White Township, the Tribune-Review reports. One of the alligators was a 6-foot female and the other was a 4-foot male.

Together the animals were valued at about $2,000. But they weren’t for sale, according to the Tribune-Review.

Trooper Cliff Greenfield said, “We believe the suspect or suspects lifted or pulled the alligators from the enclosure, which was a wooden-type box with a hinged, screened lid.”

Police are looking for leads in the case.

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