A group of women stole $17,000 worth of yoga pants at the athletic store Lululemon in Fresno, California.
Three female thieves walked into the Lululemon Sunday and stole 148 products, worth $17,000, according to CBS San Francisco. Fresno police claimed that there were similar thefts at other Lululemon stores in the Bay Area.
“They believe it’s related to a crew that has hit Lululemon in the Bay Area,” said Fresno Police Department’s Lt. Joe Gomez, according to The Fresno Bee. “They had three photos, African-American females. They indicated they had been arrested before.”
Three thieves previously stole around $10,000 worth of merchandise at a Lululemon store in Berkeley on July 20. (RELATED: 21 Ancient Human Skulls Stolen From English Church Crypt)
“They take the merchandise, put it in a bag and walk out. Most of these thefts are happening within a minute,” said Byron White, the spokesman from the Berkeley Police Department, according to CBS San Francisco.
Lululemon yoga pants range in price from $100 to $150 dollars.
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