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Gastonia, NC-Police are looking for a suspect after dozens of pricey snakes were stolen from a North Carolina pet store on Sunday.

The robbery happened at Reptile Passion in Gastonia and was caught on surveillance video.

The thief allegedly broke-in through a glass door, then stuffed about 30 snakes into a white sack.

The whole crime took about 20 minutes.

The stolen snakes, include pythons and boa constrictors, some of which can be worth up to $12,000.

The store's owner has vowed to catch the crook.

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