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CLOVIS, Calif. (KMPH) -

A Clovis salon and boutique owner is offering $1,000 of his own money to help find the crooks who stole $29,000 in dresses and jewelry.

These two crooks that didn't even appear old enough to drink used a crowbar to break the door. Once they made their way inside Andaaz Salon & Boutique they gathered thousands of dollars in hand-made dresses.

Worker Constance Ordonez says, "Whoever broke into here knew what they wanted. They should be ashamed of themselves. I hope their conscious speaks loud in their minds, because this is not okay."

Once the crooks broke in they didn't mess with anything on the salon side they went directly for the clothing and even the jewelry. The entire heist took about 2 and half minutes.

The crook made several trips in and out of the salon.

The Punjabi-style dresses are sold for $400 or more.

The jewelry is often worn during special occasions like weddings.

Ordonez says, "It's just unfortunate that someone has to come in here and ruin it."

If you know who the crooks, you are urged to call the Clovis Police Department with your tip or you can call Crimestoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

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