BURGLARS have stolen suits worth £25,000 from a Huddersfield company.
The intruders broke into a temporary shop used by Bradley weaving company C & J Antich.
They took about 250 suits from the former Wheatley Dyson office furniture building on Leeds Road, Bradley Mills.
The burglar alarm went off at 10.30pm on Sunday, but the thieves managed to get away.
The two-piece suits are all black, navy blue or dark grey and have the distinctive Antich emblem on the inside of the jacket. This features a yellow arch on a white background with the words The Antich Collection printed beneath.
Sales and marketing spokesman Robert Antich said: "We will have to do a stock check to be exactly sure how many suits have gone, but the thieves cleared six rails.
"We think around 250 suits are missing, with a retail value of just under £25,000."
Anyone who is offered any of the suits should contact police.
The company will shortly move the shop to one being built at its base on Station Road, off Leeds Road, Bradley.
The company recently provided navy blue suits for the Huddersfield Town soccer squad.
Fabric woven at the firm's high-technology mill is bought by big names, including Marks & Spencer and Moss Bros.
It is also supplying fabric for new uniforms for BA's cabin crews and stewards under a four-year contract.
Anyone with information about the burglary should phone the Huddersfield police helpdesk on 01484 436659.