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Caught on Camera: Women Accused of Taking $700 Worth of Perfumes

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Clovis Police need your help right now to track down two women who were caught on camera stealing items from the ULTA beauty store Tuesday.

The women did not take anything to enhance their looks.

Officers say they stole perfumes-- $700 worth.

The manager at ULTA, at Herndon and Clovis, tells KMPH Fox 26 News that the women were only in the store for a couple of minutes.

While inside, they helped themselves to the perfumes, most of them, high-end.

One of the bottles alone costs $100 dollars.

The women then left the store, and jumped into a red ford car, with two men waiting inside.

If you have any information on who these women are, you can call Crimestoppers at 498-STOP.

That's 498-78-67.

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