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Family tied up in armed snake robbery

South Australian police are investigating a bizarre armed robbery from a house in north Adelaide, in which 12 valuable, one-year-old snakes were stolen at gunpoint.

Police say a woman answered her front door to be confronted by a man holding a black pistol in the outer northern suburb of Hewitt about 2:30pm ACST.

He demanded 12 non-poisonous green-tree snakes, worth $9,000 dollars each, that were being kept in the house.

After placing the snakes in a duffel bag, the man tied the woman and her two children up before leaving.

Police are looking for the man, aged in his 30s, with a solid build and a deep voice.

He had a dark coloured goatee beard and wore dark blue trousers and a shirt.

He was also wearing a brown broad-brimmed hat and sunglasses.