A mixture-up at a Simi Valley bridal retailer resulted in a police seek for two girls who have been choosing up a marriage costume they purchased.

On Thursday morning, police put out a message on Fb, asking for the general public’s assist to determine two girls who they mentioned stole a marriage costume from a bridal retailer on April 9.

The Simi Valley Police Division shared a surveillance picture of the 2 girls, saying they posed as homeowners of a costume that was prepared for decide up, took it and drove off in a Tesla.

However a number of hours after police posted the picture, which was shared by a number of information shops, the proprietor of the shop informed KTLA in an electronic mail that the incident was a “coincidence of names.”

The Police Division retracted the message Thursday afternoon.

“It’s important for the neighborhood to grasp that typically after suspected crimes are reported, new data is supplied that clarifies an occasion,” police wrote on Fb. “On this case, the 2 individuals within the {photograph} have been cleared of any wrongdoing. They didn’t commit a prison act, show malice, or civil misconduct.”

No additional particulars have been obtainable on how the mix-up occurred.

Editor’s notice: This story was up to date to replicate the truth that the incident, which was first reported as a theft, turned out to be a mix-up.

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