Three men with power saws stole high value items from a Liverpool fashion store.
Police are asking for information after the men, who were wearing face coverings, entered the Sevenstore clothing store in the Baltic Triangle and left with Canada Goose and Moncler coats, as well as t-shirts.
The thugs allegedly used power saws to cut security wires on the clothes, which were taken from the Norfolk Street store.
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Staff were in the store at the time of the “shocking” crime at around 6:50 pm on Tuesday, November 2.
The thieves then fled in a black Range Rover believed to have been on false nameplates.
Detectives say the suspects are described as being in their early 1920s, skinny and wearing casual clothes.
Detective Inspector Chris Saidi said: “It will have been a shocking experience for the staff present and all the witnesses, as well as the stress and inconvenience that such a crime invariably has on businesses.
“We believe the three men entered through the store door on Jamaica Street, before cutting the security wires and removing these items.
“Such reckless sawing could easily have caused serious injury, so we are determined to find those responsible.
“Full investigations are now underway. If you saw the incident or captured these men or their vehicle leaving, please come forward as your information could be vital in locating these people.
Likewise, if you are offered or see such recently advertised items online or elsewhere, let us know and we will take action.
Those with information can contact the police social media office on Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook ‘Merseyside Police Contact Center’ with any information, citing reference 21000762711.
You can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their online form at: https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information.
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