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Woodbridge: Do you recognise these women who stole Versace jeans and Cavalli dresses worth hundreds of pounds?

PUBLISHED: 16:21 24 April 2014 | UPDATED: 16:56 24 April 2014

Do you recognise these women who stole designer clothing from a store in Woodbridge?

Do you recognise these women who stole designer clothing from a store in Woodbridge?

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Police are appealing for information after three women stole hundreds of pounds worth of designer clothing from a shop in Woodbridge in March.

The three women, described as white and in their 20s, one wearing a pink tracksuit, one in a grey poncho and the third in a black batwing coat, entered the store in the town centre around 1.30pm on Tuesday, March 11. They hid a number of items, including Versace jeans and dresses and Cavalli dresses and tops, under their clothing before leaving the shop.

Police have also released CCTV images of the women.

Anyone with information should contact PC Cobi Moss at Suffolk Police by dialling 101, quoting reference WO/14/355.

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  • When are owners of these premises and other businesses going to invest in cctv equipment that can take sharp clear images? If I was asked about the people in the pictures I would say that one was Asian in appearance? As for identifying the one in the black coat....not a hope.

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    waspie

    Friday, April 25, 2014

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