If you see a Madagascar Hissing cockroach, call Baltimore police.
Same for six turtles ( one Eastern Box, two Susquehanna Maps and three Red-Ear Sliders), two geckos (a Gargoyle and a Tangerine Flat Tail) and one 3-foot-long iguana.
These are among the exotic wildlife stolen over the weekend during a break in at the Carrie Murray Nature Center in West Baltimore's Leakin Park, according to a Baltimore police report filed on Monday.
The preserve, named after Orioles great Eddie Murray's mother, helps educate youth and others about a variety of animals, from insects to hawks and beavers to song birds.
Two months ago, the center held its 11th annual bug fest that included cockroach races, bug hikes and insect cuisine. City police say they have no suspects in the break-in, which occurred sometime between 4:30 p.m. Saturday and 9:17 a.m. Monday.
A naturalist told police that he had "locked and made sure the center was secured" when he left Saturday but returned Monday to open and found the front and back doors unlocked and mulch from the cockroach cage covering the floor.