Snakes, safe stolen from Okla sanctuary

BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (AP) - Cash isn't the only thing of value
that was taken during a break-in at a non-profit animal sanctuary
in Broken Arrow.

Officials say six exotic snakes were stolen between 9 p.m.
Monday and 6 a.m. Tuesday from Safari's Sanctuary. A volunteer
found the reptiles missing from their display cases.

Park volunteer Frank Gaddy says some of the snakes, such as an
8-foot albino Burmese python and a 6-foot rainbow Brazilian boa,
cost about $600 apiece. The other missing snakes include two bald
pythons and two red-tailed boas.

Officials say the snakes that were stolen were donated, and the
money inside the safe was to be used for feeding the animals.

Information from: Tulsa World,

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