Breeding trio of Zebra plecs stolen

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A breeding trio of L046 Zebra plecs was stolen in a raid on a business in South Australia over the weekend.

The plecs, valued at more than $4000/£2550, were among £15,000/£9570 worth of fish and accessories taken from the Semaphore Road premises in Exeter, after thieves gained entry through the ceiling.

They escaped through a back door. A Flagtail prochilodus was also stolen in the raid.

Police have asked anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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