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    Vacaville Police Seek Help With Brazen Clothing Theft

    Police are searching for a group of four who went into a store in the Vacaville Premium Outlets center on June 9 and casually walked out each holding armfuls of clothing. Christie Smith reports.

    (Published Sunday, June 16, 2019)

    Police are searching for a group of four people who went into a clothing store in the Vacaville Premium Outlets center on June 9 and casually walked out each holding armfuls of clothes, Vacaville police said.

    A video, released Saturday, reportedly shot by an employee of the Tommy Hilfiger store, shows each of the four people gathering up all the clothes they could carry and calmly walking out of the store.

    Store workers offered police descriptions of the suspects and of the vehicle they got into - a newer-model Chevy SUV, its license plate covered with a garbage bag, police said.

    The stolen clothes are valued at about $8,000, police said.

    No one was injured.

    Police ask that anyone near the Tommy Hilfiger store at around 10 a.m. June 9 who may be able to provide information call Officer Richard Jimenez at (707) 449-5200.

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