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Brazen Thief Caught on Camera Stealing Jeans From Clovis Shop

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CLOVIS, Calif. (KMPH) -

A woman's boutique in north Clovis is out of hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise after being robbed by a team of thieves.

The robbery took place at the Ooh La La boutique on Willow Avenue, police said. Luckily for the boutique, a surveillance camera captured the whole thing.

A man in a dark-colored hooded sweatshirt can be seen in the surveillance footage entering the store through the front door. He then grabs a stack of jeans and walks out without paying.

The store's owners say the man took 14 pairs of jeans, each worth $100. They say the man then got into a truck with another man and drove off.

Police are looking for a 90's model, white Toyota mini-truck with an extra cab and jumper seat in the back and the license number 4U12679.

The Clovis Police Department is asking anyone with information to call 559-324-2400.

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