A dangerous six-eyed sand spider was stolen from a Philadelphia insectarium along with a mind blowing 7000 other insects! Inside Edition says "Surveillance video shows several suspects loading plastic containers into a car in broad daylight outside the insectarium before driving away, taking more than $40,000 worth of critters with them. Bizarrely, they left behind blue staff uniforms, which were impaled on a wall with steak knives. A Mexican fireleg tarantula was also stolen, but has since been recovered."
Judging from the uniforms daggered into the wall, this looks like the works of some angry employees but seriously, who wants to steal a spider than can rot your body in a matter of minutes? Not our type of heist. See the video below!