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Thief steals $10,000 worth of Botox from Kentucky business

Thief steals $10,000 worth of Botox from Kentucky business

Pioneer Village police are looking for the person who broke into a salon Saturday night, stealing thousands of dollars worth of product. It happened just after 10 p.m. at the Perfect Imperfections salon on Summitt Drive. Surveillance video shows a woman breaking down the front door, then grabbing several boxes of botox and dermal fillers. Owner Kelly Murdoch told WLKY the culprit got away with $10,000 worth of product. Pioneer Village Police Department Detective JC Witherspoon said it was likely the show was being targeted for those specific products. That tells me it was premeditated. He was someone who knew exactly what he wanted,” Witherspoon said. Witherspoon says the products could be dangerous if they get into the wrong hands. lightly or should be taken by anyone other than a trained professional. If you put this in the wrong place you can permanently disfigure yourself and in some cases cause death,” Witherspoon said. Murdoch opened the salon last year in memory of her son Michael who was murdered in 2020. The hashtag #LLM was printed on the front door, which stood for Long Live Michael She planned to use the money from the sale of the stolen goods to take a June 11 left for the trial of the alleged murderer of her son. Witherspoon, who has known the owners for years, is determined to make an arrest in the case. “I absolutely want to catch this person. If for no other reason, just to say you’re not going to harm my citizens here. You’re not going to hurt my friends or our neighbors and we’re just going to overlook it. Someone has to be held accountable,” Witherspoon said. In addition to the stolen product, Murdoch says the door will cost around $2,000 to replace. If you recognize the suspect or have information that may help lead to an arrest, contact Detective JC Witherspoon. with the Pioneer Village Police Department at 502-957-3800.

Pioneer Village police are looking for the person who broke into a salon Saturday night, stealing thousands of dollars worth of product.

It happened just after 10 p.m. at the Perfect Imperfections Salon on Summitt Drive.

Surveillance video shows a woman breaking down the front door, then grabbing several boxes of botox and dermal fillers. Owner Kelly Murdoch told WLKY the culprit got away with $10,000 worth of product.

Pioneer Village Police Department Detective JC Witherspoon said it was likely the show was targeted for those specific products.

“They walk in and they go straight to the products they took. That tells me it was premeditated. He was someone who knew exactly what he wanted,” Witherspoon said.

Witherspoon says the products could be dangerous if they get into the wrong hands.

“It’s not something to be taken lightly or taken by someone who isn’t a trained professional. If you put this in the wrong place, you can permanently disfigure yourself and, in some cases, cause death,” Witherspoon said.

Murdoch opened the salon last year in memory of his son Michael who was murdered in 2020. The hashtag #LLM was printed on the front door, which stood for Long Live Michael.

She planned to use the money from the sale of the stolen goods to take the whole month of June for the trial of her son’s alleged killer.

Witherspoon, who has known the owners for years, is determined to make an arrest in the case.

“I absolutely want to catch this person. If for no other reason, just to say that you are not going to harm my citizens here. You are not going to harm my friends or our neighbors and we will just transforming someone has to be held accountable,” Witherspoon said.

In addition to the stolen product, Murdoch says the door will cost around $2,000 to replace.

If you recognize the suspect or have information that could lead to an arrest, contact Detective JC Witherspoon of the Pioneer Village Police Department at 502-957-3800.