Police are keen to hear from someone who has been offered a designer handbag or Canada Goose coat following a ram-raid in Altrincham.
A gray Toyota Aygo reversed into the window of Flannels, a designer goods shop on George Street, in the early hours of Saturday, February 2.
Officers said two other vehicles, a white Ford Transit van and a blue Audi A4, then pulled up to the store and a number of offenders ran in and stole the items.
The Toyota was left behind the scene in the other two vehicles.
Designer handbags worth around £ 1,000 each were stolen, along with a number of Canada Goose coats, each worth more than £ 800. The total was estimated at around £ 40,000.
Police launched an investigation and said on Sunday, February 24, that a man has been arrested.
Detective Inspector Dave Jones from GMP's Borough Trafford said: "We have a 38-year-old man in custody on suspicion of burglary.
"He will continue to be questioned about his involvement and investigations.
"We are still keen to hear from someone who could have seen something at the time, or someone who was behaving suspiciously.
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"Also, you may have been approaching Canada Goose coats. If you have, then please call us. "
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police on 0161 856 7747, alternatively call 101 quoting the reference number 59 of 2 February 2019 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.