Hundreds of pounds worth of beauty products stolen from St Albans spa

PUBLISHED: 13:19 26 April 2017 | UPDATED: 14:00 26 April 2017

CCTV footage from Champneys.

CCTV footage from Champneys.

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Nearly £1,000 worth of beauty products were stolen from a spa in St Albans city centre.

CCTV footage from Champneys.CCTV footage from Champneys.

The products, which included nail varnish, creams and serums, were stolen from Champneys in Market Place at 4.15am on Tuesday, April 18.

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.

CCTV footage from Champneys.CCTV footage from Champneys.

PC Shaun Woods from the St Albans Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “Have you been offered cheap Champneys products, including 30 Jessica nail varnishes, Decleor creams and serums and Mothers’ Day boxes, for sale?

“If so, we would like to hear from you, as they may have been stolen.

“Although the CCTV is not very clear, someone may recognise this man. We would like to speak to him as he may have information that could help the investigation.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting crime reference number F1/17/1851.

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