Kissimmee cops: Two women wanted for stealing $4,000 worth of fragrances from a store

Kissimmee perfume robbers / Headline SurferFragrance robbers / Headline SurferKissimmee fragrance robbers / Headline SurferPhotos for Headline Surfer / If you recognize the women in these snapshots taken from a surveillance video camera at the Ulta store, then Kissimmee police want to hear from you at 407-846-3333.

KISSIMMEE -- Cops in Kissimmee are on the lookout for two young women who walked off with $4,000 worth of perfume from a store earlier this month.

"On October 3, the two females (pictured with this story) entered the Ulta store located at 2609 W. Osceola Parkway and stole over $4,000 worth of fragrances," Kissimmee police spokeswoman Stacie Miller told Headline Surfer. "It is believed that these two suspects have committed similar thefts in other jurisdictions."

Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call the Kissimmee Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit at 407-846-3333, or by e-mail at or by making a call to CRIMELINE at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).

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