More then £1,000 worth of dresses stolen from Long Eaton shop
MORE than £1,000 worth of dresses have been stolen from a Long Eaton dress maker.
The theft occurred between 5pm on Monday and 9am on Tuesday at Alyssa Rose, Main Street, Long Eaton.
At least eight dresses were stolen after thieves broke into the shop by smashing a ground floor window.
A total of six ball gowns and two dresses are believed to have been taken which are detailed below.
- A cream corset top dress with white net skirt with an embroidered orange, red and brown flower detail.
- A short aqua blue prom dress, size eight, with a puff blue bottom with blue netting and flowers all over. The dress is made from a satin/silk effect cloth.
- A red and black dress with with a flowing black bottom with crystals and flowers all over.
- Full length black dress with cream panels at the side. Also black lace up over the panels on the side and back.
- Black Zara dress with long stretchy material and elasticated round the waist with a lace top.
- Purple satin ball gown with lace up back.
- Gold and silk corset with black origami wired flowers .
- Girls duck egg ball gown with ivory sash round the middle. 100% silk aged five to six years.
If you have any information on the thefts or see any of dresses for sale contact Derbyshire police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.