Life-sized sex doll called Kitty stolen by two men in £8,400 raid

Two men have been caught on CCTV stealing a life-sized sex doll from a sex shop.

Police in Melbourne, Australia, are hunting for two thieves who they believe broke into the shop and stole almost $15,000 (£8,400) worth of goodies.

Investigators believe the men used a metal pole to smash the window at adult store Airport West Sexyland.

Detectives determined the robbers made off with around $10,000 (£6,400) worth of vibrators and a $4,500 (£2,900) life-sized sex doll named Kitty.

The brand of doll stands at 165cm tall and comes in a range of bust and waist sizes. It is also customisable by hair and eye colour and skin tone.

Authorities in Australia came the stealing of sex dolls is on the rise as people look to combat loneliness during the pandemic.

The two men drove away in a white Ford Ranger with stolen number plates and police are still yet to make any arrests.

Police say Kitty's head was detached in the quick getaway and it was later found in the car park.

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Four years ago a different Sexyland store in Melbourne was targeted and a thief stole a $4,500 (£2,900) life-sized doll called Dorothy.

CCTV showed the man arriving at the store, in Moorabbin, near Melbourne in a white Ford Transit van in the early hours of the morning. Authorities worked on the theory the thief used bolt cutters to get through the fence and a fire hydrant to break into the shop.

Sexyland's website says about Kitty: "Each lifelike sex doll is developed from superior materials for soft, ultra-realistic feeling skin and breasts that are truly amazing to touch.

"On the inside is a titanium alloy skeleton enabling her to bend into almost any position."

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