Costly hairstyle is a beauty trend that draws thieves' notice
From The New York Times
The thieves pulled the iron bars out of the windows, outsmarted the motion detector that would have triggered a burglar alarm and did not give the safe or cash register a second look.
Instead they went straight for what was most valuable: human hair. By the time the bandits at the My Trendy Place salon in Houston were finished, they had stolen $150,000 worth of the shop’s most prized type, used for silky extensions.
Once stolen, the hair is typically sold on the street or on the Internet, including eBay, shop owners and the police say.
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