Someone, somewhere in Hollywood is undoubtedly hammering out a script wholly inspired by the recent fashion thefts.

Its first act will detail the theft of a Marc Jacobs collection. Now they have the perfect material on which to base the script’s second act: last week’s robbery of over $400,000 worth of Louis Vuitton product.

French police are investigating the theft of several hundred thousand euros’ worth of Louis Vuitton merchandise at the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport on the outskirts of Paris, a source close to the inquiry said Friday.

Five masked thieves neutralized a security guard and four employees at the airport’s freight terminal overnight, making off with around 10 pallets of merchandise valued at a minimum of 300,000 euros, or $400,760 at current exchange, according to French news agency AFP.



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