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8 March 2010, 14:53 | Updated: 8 March 2010, 15:03
Police want to find thousands of pounds of stock after a ram raid in Headcorn last month.
It happened on Headcorn High Street on Tuesday 23 February.
Police were called at around 3am after the store alarm went off.
A 4x4 was driven into the front of the Lady Mop store.
Thousands of pounds worth of clothes were stolen and three men, all wearing hooded tops, were seen there.
The 4x4 is believed to be a dark coloured old style Jeep Cherokee. After the incident the vehicle was seen to drive away towards Tenterden on A274.
DC Gary Stamp from the Area Major Enquiry Team comments:
"These dresses are very high quality, distinctive and are easily recognisable. We are appealing for anyone who may have been offered these dresses, perhaps for a knock-down price, to contact us immediately on 01795 419161 or Kent Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111."