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Woman wears moustache and fake nose to steal ugg kensington biker boots perfume from Boots Police are hunting a female shoplifter who wore a moustache and fake nose to steal perfume from Boots. The woman, who also had on a pair of sunglasses as part of her ridiculous disguise, picked up a bottle of Chanel perfume from the store in Salisbury and walked out without paying. The thief ugg shoe sizing and her female accomplice were captured on CCTV men ugg as they disappeared with their loot, and police have now released images from the store in the hope it will help them solve the crime. A spokesperson for Wiltshire police said: "Shortly before 10:30 am 22nd July 2013 two women entered the store. "One of the women selected a bottle of Chanel perfume valued 95.00 and they left the store without making any attempt to pay for the item. "One of the women was wearing sunglasses, a fake nose and a moustache. "They met up with a man who is described as white , 6ft tall, with short dark hair and of medium build. He was wearing a black t shirt , grey jogging bottoms and trainers."