Police were called Monday morning to Bloomington Skin Care and Acne Clinic after the store’s entire inventory was stolen in the night.
The owner of the business next door noticed a window was broken in during the night and contacted the owner of the store, said Bloomington Police Department Detective Sgt. Dana Cole.
The only employee with keys to the store told the police she had locked up before she had left.
The store's entire inventory, including an estimated $10,000 worth of high end skin-care products, was stolen, Cole said. The products stolen were from high-end brands such as Circadia, Control Corrective and Tizo. A 3.5 ounce Tizo sunscreen is valued in the $40 price range on Amazon, with other products similarly priced.
Cole said there was no other physical evidence other than the broken window. The investigation is inactive.
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