'Botox Bandits' busted: 2 women accused of skipping out on bill at Valley med spa

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- After months of searching, Phoenix police have finally arrested the so-called "Botox Bandits" after officials say the two women were caught on camera skipping out on their Botox bill at a spa.

FOX 10 reported on the story in November, which happened at Senza Pelo Medspa near 19th Avenue and Bethany Home Road. On Thursday, Phoenix Police officials say they arrested 29-year-old Jessica Aguayo and 31-year-old Heidi Cruz-Sanchez on Wednesday. Both suspects were booked for a count of felony theft.

"They were nice," said Tasha Wright in November. "They said they were sisters, but they were cousins."

For Wright, nothing seemed out of order. The two were regular patients until it was time to pay. Things got a little weird when one of the women asked for water, and the other asked to use the restroom.

"Right then, something felt odd at this point," said Wright. "The next thing I know is we hear the door open and the chime. and ran out. They peeled away."

"You see two beautiful women who are throwing their lives away for a free treatment," said Stephanie Shields, Office Manager for Senza Pelo Medspa.

Shields says Aguayo and Cruz-Sanchez asked for more than 40 units of Botox each but gave the front desk fake names before getting the treatments.

"They knew exactly how to get the service, get the service done and get out of here. Just because you think you're not being watched or you think you can get away with it, you can't."

The spa has now posted signs in the lobby, asking customers for drivers licenses and credit cards up front.