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black woman fixing a weave

A recent article appearing in the New York Times focuses on the growing trend of weaves stolen from beauty shops across the country.

Just last month, a pair of robbers stole close to $90,000 worth of weaves from a Chicago beauty shop.

The robbery is just one of many which illustrates how quality hair weaves have become big business for thieves.

Read more at NYTimes


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