Over $4K of Lululemon merchandise stolen from DC store

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More than $4,000 of merchandise was stolen Monday from a Lululemon store in Washington, D.C.

A Metropolitan Police Department incident report said officers reached 1925 14th Street NW shortly before 6:30 a.m. ET. Authorities responding to the business alarm found that the front entrance glass door had been shattered. 

The reporting party told the officers that a total of $4,340 worth of clothing had been stolen. That total included 16 pairs of joggers, 16 pairs of pants and five jackets. 

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NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 26: The corporate logo for Lululemon hangs on a wall at their store in Brookfield Place on August 26, 2022, in New York City.  ((Photo by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images) / Getty Images)

Lululemon brand pants generally cost around or above $100 and jackets can cost hundreds more. 

A corporate logo for Lululemon hangs outside a store on 5th Avenue on Jan. 16, 2022, in New York City.  ((Photo by Gary Hershorn/Getty Images) / Getty Images)

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Last month, the D.C. Council voted to override Mayor Muriel Bowser's decision to veto remodeling the city's criminal code. 

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Police statistics showed at the time that, compared with the same time in 2022, robberies had increased by 57% and overall property crimes – including burglary – had risen by 42%. 

 Fox News' Nikolas Lanum and Timothy H.J. Nerozzi contributed to this report. 

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