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Fashionistas caught after thieving spree

Apparently unable to wait for the new spring line, a pair of thieves broke into a clothes vendor’s stall in the wee hours on Tuesday, relieving her of some 600 items of clothing.

Devastated to find an estimated $2,000 in stock gone, the vendor’s day brightened considerably when a market security guard said he had seen and could identify the thieves.

Within hours, police were at the theives rental house and too-full wardrobes gave them up. Deum Ampil

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