Four people have been charged after thousands of dollars worth of clothing was stolen from a high-end fashion retailer in Rosebery late last month.
Three man allegedly smashed their way in to the Camilla and Marc outlet on Dunning Road with a sledgehammer about 2.40am on December 29, and stole a large amount of the designer clothing.
CCTV footage from the store showed three men breaking down the glass door before running in and out of the store, grabbing large armfuls of designer dresses, tops and jackets.
An alarm alerted police to the break in, but a search of the area failed to find the men.
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Police allege since the break in, the clothes were sold online for low prices.
Full price dresses can range from about $300 up to $6000, while their jackets are priced around the $700-mark.
Police have only recovered some of the clothing.
On Wednesday police searched three homes in Redfern, Marrickville and Surry Hills and arrested three men aged 23, 22 and 21, and one 19-year-old woman.
All three men were charged with two counts of aggravated break, enter and steal. The 23-year-old was also charged with take and drive conveyance, while the 22 and 21-year-olds were charged with being carried in conveyance.
The 21-year-old was also charged with seven separate break and enter and fraud offences.
The woman was charged with three counts of disposing of stolen property and dealing with the proceeds of crime.
The 22-year-old man and the 19-year-old woman were granted conditional bail, and the other two were refused bail.
Police are urging anyone who sees Camilla and Marc clothing advertised at suspiciously low prices to contact Crime Stoppers.
Camilla and Marc’s outlet store in Roesbery. Photo: Supplied/ Camilla and Marc
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