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FrostFrench store targeted by burglars

FrostFrench's store in London's Islington has been burgled, just three weeks after it opened.

The store in Camden Passage was broken into in the early hours of yesterday morning and thousands of pounds worth of autumn stock was stolen. Police are investigating the robbery and believe there could be a connection to the recent robberies at the Marc Jacobs and Luella stores in London and the robbery at Christopher Kane's London studio, when his spring 08 samples were stolen.

FrostFrench managing director Sharon O'Connor said: “We’re devastated that our new store has become the latest target for this gang. Luckily all our staff are okay and the shop will be back to normal as soon as possible. We’ve relocated stock from our new website, www.frostfrench.com, to replenish the stolen items, ensuring customers won’t be affected by this and there will be minimal interruption.”

Anyone with any infomation about the robbery should contact their local police station.

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