Police hunt blonde woman caught dyeing hair on CCTV while ‘assisting thief’

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A woman caught on camera dyeing her hair brown while allegedly assisting a thief is being sought by police.

The hair-raising incident on September 13 was captured on CCTV which has now been released by the force.

Police are now appealing for help tracing a man and woman after a "large amount" of electrical wiring was stolen from a hardware store in San Marcos, Texas.

Stills of the footage show a woman in a pink dress and mask – with her barnet partially dyed brunette.

She can be seen carrying a small bottle of dye and carefully holding her locks away from a dress with a gloved hand.

The incident sparked some hilarious comments after police shared an appeal on Facebook.

Rest a-sheared, many people were confused about the situation.

One person joked: "When you got a robbery at 7 and a date at 8."

Another sensibly asked: "Why is she dying her hair inside the store with cameras? Bizarre."

A third commented: "I seriously thought I'd seen a lot till this photo lmao."

A fourth added: "That’s a woman. Not One drop of hair dye on the dress", with one person replying: "Well we know she can multi task."

San Marcos Police Department issued the appeal on September 28.

It states: "On Sunday, September 13, the shown White / Male suspect stole a large amount of electrical wiring from Lowe’s in San Marcos.

"The shown White / Female suspect assisted with this theft. 

"The male suspect has some very obvious tattoos on his left arm including the “anarchy” symbol and two lightening bolts. 

"The male suspect has multiple tattoos on his left calf including a skull. 

"The suspect had an ankle monitor on his left ankle, commonly used by Probation and Parole departments. 

"During the commission of this theft, the female suspect was in the process of dying her hair darker. 

"Both suspects left the scene in a gray 4-door passenger vehicle. 

"If you have any information about this theft please contact Sergeant Jackson at 512-754-2217 or [email protected]"

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