Underwear Stolen Again From Boca Raton Victoria's Secret

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — In what has to be one of the most poorly secured stores in South Florida, there’s been yet another sizable theft of underwear from Victoria’s Secret at Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall. In this instance, someone made off with 60 pairs of panties valued at roughly $700.

We have had several reports like this over the past few months, which indicates that either Victoria’s Secret merchandise is so inexpensive to make that the national chain couldn’t care less when hundreds of garments are stolen; that the management at the Boca Raton store has very poor training; or that any product you buy there has been marked up to cover the expected thefts. 

There are no suspects at this point, and no surveillance video. Unless, of course,  it’s a secret. 

 

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