Police are investigating what appears to be a dirty crime involving toiletries - the theft of more than 2,000 deodorants and hair products from a York County warehouse.
The thieves even stole the mouse from the computers and the tape guns used to pack items, police said..
Business officials on Monday found that thieves tore off a roll-up door at the business on Andrew Tucker Road off S.C. 51 in Fort Mill near the North Carolina state line, deputies with the York County Sheriff’s said.
Responding deputies found that 2,061 items were stolen, including cases of Axe and deodorants and body sprays for men and women. “Sexy Hair” products, skin treatments, and other items including facial cleaning pads were taken, an incident report shows.
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The suspects also stole three computers, three printers, two printers and speakers, the report shows.
Detectives said the estimated value of the items is around $15,000, said Trent Faris, spokesman for the sheriff’s office. The damaged door also had an estimated cost of $4,000.
The investigation remains ongoing.