NAMPA, Idaho — Nampa police are seeking information that leads to the return of the 5-foot-long shark replica that was stolen from a Nampa business a few weeks ago. 

The shark replica is made out of fiberglass and was stolen during a burglary.

"We asked awhile back if you’ve seen this shark around town. We are still looking for it and someone has to know where it is," NPD said in a Facebook post.

"It’s a shark in Nampa, for crying out loud! Kinda rare. Would a reward make you remember where you saw it? If it will, message us or give us a call because there is now a reward being offered for info leading to its return," the police added.

Below is the Facebook post made by the police department:

we asked awhile back if you've seen this sh... ark around town. We are still looking for it and someone has to know where it is. It's a shark in Nampa, for crying out loud! Kinda rare. Would a reward make you remember where you saw it?

Those who may have information about this crime are urged to call Crime Stoppers at 208-343-2677 or leave a message for the investigating officer at 208-468-5611. 

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