Boots shoplifters steal £1.6k cosmetics

Suspected shoplifters Police want to speak to these women seen entering the Boots store

Police are hunting shoplifters who walked out of a Boots store with cosmetics worth £1,600.

A CCTV image shows two female suspects carrying large bags entering Boots in Dartmouth, Devon.

Police believe they filled the bags with "high end" cosmetics in a four-minute thieving spree.

One of the woman in the incident on 18 November was wearing a black Superdry jacket with green writing and the second was wearing a black hooded coat.

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