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Thieves in South Florida, it did some permanent damage to it this week, when they are charged up to $ 80,000 worth of wigs from a shop in Miami Gardens, police said on Tuesday.
The increase had a value of between $ 70,000 and $ 80,000, and the owner of Prime is Trading in Her Wigs told the authorities. Rakib Hossain, said he was alerted when the tray is in the system, and the alarm was activated early Tuesday morning.
“I’ve been here for eight years and this has never happened to me. It’s a big loss for me,” he said to CBS-4 Miami. “We have some products that are very elegant and for a value of up to $800.”
A set of different colours and types. (iStock)
Hossain said that the thieves seemed to know exactly what they’re doing, and don’t spend more than five minutes to get to the store.
Surveillance footage shows a truck’s back up to the front door, and hit him a couple of times, ” he said.
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Hossain says that he is entitled to the stolen goods, however his shop was looted and damaged.
A street view of the Prime Trading Hair, and lace Wigs in Miami Gardens. (Google Earth)
“It was three times as big as [the door]. They knew exactly what they were doing. She knew where all the expensive products and they did everything in the storage room,” Hossain said. “Please Help me find these people so we can get our property back.”
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Police are asking anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at (305) 471-8477, or at (305) 471-TIPS.
A similar break-in took place two weeks ago on the wig in the warehouse where the thieves broke in the Subi Training, Inc. and stole up to $100,000 of products, including lace wigs, CBS 4 reported.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.