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Over 50k Worth of Beauty Products Stolen from Middlesbrough Business

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Over £50k Worth of Beauty Products Stolen from Middlesbrough Business

Police are appealing for information after a burglary occurred at Chic Beauty Academy on High Force Road on Riverside Road Industrial Estate in Middlesbrough.

The incident occurred between 5pm on Monday 4th March and 9am on Tuesday 5th March.

As a result of the burglary over £55,000 worth of beauty products were taken from the premises including:
 
 6 x Lenovo computers
18 x laptops
30 x kindles
Kryolan & Laroc make up
4x efiles
Beauty, tanning & nail products
150 Cuccio enhancements
150 manicure/pedicure kits
8x wax heaters
1x projector stand
2x industrial printers
2x magnifying lamps
6x airbrush machines
2x projectors
8x beauty beds
6x trollies
2x tanning machines
1x hot towel warmer cabinet
4x hot stone heaters
1x steriliser
27 x couture eyelash kits
2 x industrial heaters
1x Utax printer
1 x safe
4 x petty cash tins
 
Acrylic sets and eye lash kits were also stolen which are particularly distinctive as the brand is unique to Chic Beauty Academy.

Anyone who may have been offered the items for sale or anyone who has any information regarding the burglary is asked to contact DC Kate Brodie from Cleveland Police on 101 quoting event number 037496.
Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-uk.org.

Images of the stolen items can be found here.
 
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Adrienne Maddison (Police, Corporate, Communications Unit)

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