‘Denim bandits’ hit Williamsburg outlet stores

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WTVR) — Police said a pair of denim bandits may have made off away with clothing from several outlet stores in Williamsburg.

The Daily Press reports two men first went into the True Religion outlet in James City County and took about 20 pairs of jeans worth more than $7,000.

Police said the pair then ran to the parking lot and jumped into a car.

Then about 20 minutes later, it’s believed those men took a large amount of Polo clothing.

Witnesses said they spotted the suspects leave in a light-colored Lexus sedan with a license plate that may have started with “W” and ended with “434.”

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