ST. LOUIS — Police continue to search for five snakes, including a rare albino boa constrictor, and a chameleon stolen from the World Aquarium in St. Louis.
KMOV-TV reports that employees found the reptiles missing on May 19. Police say they are seeking a person of interest, but no arrests have been made.
One of the snakes is a 6-foot-long albino boa constrictor. Another missing boa constrictor is 5 feet long. All told, the animals are worth more than $10,000.
The snakes are not venomous but World Aquarium President Leonard Sonnenschein says the albino snake is aggressive and will bite in self-defense.