This Is Unbe-Weave-able: Houston Thieves Snatch More Weaves

A group of robbers used a vehicle to smash the wall of a Houston beauty-supply store and made off with thousands of dollars’ worth of fake hair.  

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Burglars used a vehicle to smash through a wall of this beauty-supply store in Houston to steal several thousand dollars’ worth of human-hair weave. 

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There must be a huge weave shortage in Houston, since a group of robbers have robbed another beauty-supply store, getting away with several thousand dollars’ worth of fake hair.

Houston police told KHOU-TV that the robbers used their vehicle to break through a wall of the Sense Beauty Supply store in northwest Houston early Wednesday morning.

According to the news station, the owners’ security system not only notified them of the burglary but also allowed them to see the robbers in the store on a live video feed. They immediately called the police and notified them of the hair heist, but the bandits had already taken off by the time the cops arrived.

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Police believe that the burgulars used a vehicle to ram the beauty-supply shop’s brick wall. 

KHOU-TV Screenshot

The news of this latest weave snatching comes almost a week after police reported a similar robbery in which robbers used a pickup truck to smash through the front door of Beauty Sensation in Houston. Surveillance footage of that robbery showed several men entering through the smashed entrance and loading the pickup with hot hair.

Police have noted that both robberies have not taken longer than two minutes, but they did not say whether they believe the robberies are connected.

Read more at KHOU-TV.

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