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£272,000 worth of stock stolen from Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green

Looters stole £272,000 worth of stock from pop star Liam Gallagher’s Manchester fashion store Pretty Green during riots this week, according to the Telegraph newspaper.

The figure was released as suspects arrested for the rioting on Tuesday in the city were jailed as part of a “fast track” hearing.

Eoin Flanagan, 28, was one offender charged. Flanagan had attempted to steal £175 worth of clothing from the store, located on King Street in a popular shopping area, but was caught by police leaving the scene. He has pleaded guilty to two counts of theft.

Pretty Green currently has six UK stores, including two London locations, and boutiques in Nottingham and Glasgow and Cardiff. The stores specialise in premium menswear.

Riots have hit several cities in the UK this week with looters raiding high street retailers and indies across London, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool and Bristol among others. The total cost for retailers is currently expected to be £100m.

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