A 2-foot long python was returned to an Oregon pet store Wednesday days after a man walked out of the store with the snake hidden in his pants.
Surveillance video recorded an unidentified man grabbing a $200 black pastel python from A to Z Pets in Portland last Friday. The man stuffed the snake into his pants and left the store without paying.
The snake was returned to the store on Wednesday by a man who said he had purchased the snake from someone else. He decided to return the snake after seeing news coverage of the robbery.
Store owner Richard Bjugan told KGW-TV that the snake was in good condition upon its return.
Police are still searching for the suspect who stole the snake.
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