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1,400 Oliver Bonas dresses stolen from lorry

Published
Jan 25, 2018

More than a thousand Oliver Bonas dresses have been stolen from a lorry in Gravesend, Kent.


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The independent fashion brand, which sells dresses for up to £80, is known for its design-led approach to fashion and accessories, with its gifting range regarded as a high street favourite.

The dresses were stolen from a lorry while it was parked in an Asda car park in Imperial Retail Park in Thames Way. The theft is believed to have happened between 10pm on Wednesday and 5am on Thursday last week.

The lorry was transporting 1,400 from the brand, all identical and described as navy with a white and grey print. Dresses from size 6 to 18 were stolen from the lorry.

The units were on route to the brand’s warehouse distribution centre in Chessington, Surrey, where its head office is also located. They were due to be released in stores just days later. Oliver Bonas has more than 63 stores across the UK.

Kent Police would like to speak to anyone who has information about the theft or the location of the dresses.

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