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Whit Johnson Reporting Thieves stole more than $300,000 worth of anti-aging cream. If you can help crack the case, the company that makes it will give you $10,000.
The product is called STRIVECTIN-S-D. The company, Basic Research, claims it's the number-one selling anti-aging cream in the world. And it's not cheap. One tube of this stuff will cost you about $135.
On January 3, just after midnight, three men seen in this surveillance video broke into Basic Research through a side door. They loaded about 2,000 tubes of the cream into a blue or gray Chevy suburban and a black or dark blue pickup truck.
Heather Hurst, Basic Research: "Were looking for leads of anybody who may know anything about the people, about the vehicles that were used, that can help us learn more about what happened."
The value of the stolen goods is estimated around $324,000. The Salt Lake Police Department is chasing some leads, but they need more help, which is why Basic Research is offering $10,000 for anyone with information that can lead to a conviction.
If you know anything, contact Salt Lake Police at 801-799-3000.