For the second time in a week, a woman with a power tool cut through the window of a Houston medical spa to steal thousands of dollars worth of anti-aging products, police said.
"She's changing our way of working," Alonzo Perez, the owner of BotoxRn, told KTRK.
Perez's shop in Sugar Land was vandalized last Friday, the television station reported. Surveillance cameras show a woman with a power tool cutting through the store's front window, and she stole approximately $7,000 of Botox products, KTRK reported.
Thursday morning at Perez's store in Houston, surveillance video showed what appeared to be the same woman breaking into the establishment. The woman allegedly stole expensive creams and Botox products, also worth about $7,000, the television station reported.
"Soccer mom gone wild," Perez told KTRK.
Videos in both instances showed the woman leave in a light-colored Mercedes SUV, police said.
Perez admitted the thefts are baffling.
"It's crazy. We've never seen anything like it. I've been in this business for 15 years and I've never seen anyone do this," Perez told KTRK.
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