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Over £1100 worth of clothing stolen in Gretna shoplifting

[P]olice Scotland officers in Gretna are investigating a shoplifting at the Gretna Gateway Outlet in Gretna. The theft happened at around 1545 hours on Sunday 22 January 2017 when the following two women and one man entered the shop and left shortly thereafter without paying for a quantity of clothing. The stolen clothing consisted of black coloured Thorpe anorak jackets, Ralph Lauren t-shirts and polo shirts. The total value of the clothing stolen is over £1100.

Constable Scott Craighead at Gretna said: “We are keen to speak to the following described three people who were seen in the shop around the time of the theft. (1) Female, stocky build, wearing a white/grey woolly hat, black jacket and trousers and white trainers. (2) Female, average height, medium build, blond hair, wearing a dark woolly bobble hat, black jacket, scarf, trousers and boots. (3) Male, tall, medium build, in his 40s, short brown hair, wearing a dark jacket, dark jeans and trainers. Was carrying a large shopping bag. Anyone who may have been at the Gretna Gateway Outlet on Sunday afternoon is asked to try and recall if they saw anything suspicious, or can help identify these three people. Police at Gretna can be contacted through 101.”

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