A “significant” amount of designer clothing has been stolen from a Dundee fashion shop during an early hours raid on the premises.
Police Scotland is appealing for information after a break-in at Size?, on the city’s High Street, at about 3.20am on Tuesday.
The Courier understands £4,000 worth of expensive designer clothes were taken during the robbery.
A source close to the firm confirmed members of Tayside Division’s CID had attended the store to collect relevant CCTV footage.
Police confirmed that a significant amount of designer clothing was stolen.
They are keen to trace two men who were seen outside the shop at the time.
One of them was wearing a dark grey hooded jacket and dark tracksuit bottoms and the other man was wearing a dark jacket with a grey hooded top underneath, grey trousers and a dark beanie style hat.
Officers believe a blue Audi A3 vehicle that was seen in the area at the time to also be involved.
Neighbouring fashion chain H&M has been broken into twice in recent years.
In September, the High Street store was raided with robbers making off with a three figure sum of money.
Many of the stores located within the Murraygate’s old Arnott’s building are connected via a series of stairwells and corridors.
Several attempted break-ins have been staged since the complex was converted to individual stores more than a decade ago.
Police ask anyone with information regarding this crime, as well as anyone who has been offered cheap designer clothing, to call 101.
Alternatively information can be passed to the charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Size?, owned by the JD Sports Group, refused to comment.