Thieves make off with chunk of human hair

Three thieves used a knife to snip a length of colored human hair from a display in a Woodbury beauty supply store. The 18-inch lock of burgundy hair has an estimated value of $70.
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Three thieves used a knife to snip a length of colored human hair from a display in a Woodbury beauty supply store. The 18-inch lock of burgundy hair has an estimated value of $70.

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