Store manager hurt while trying to stop 3 women from stealing $8,000 worth of bras


PUYALLUP, Wash. - A manager at the Victoria’s Secret store at South Hill Mall was injured Saturday morning while trying to stop three women from stealing bras. 

KIRO 7 Eyewitness News partner the Tacoma News Tribune reported the incident happened around 11:30 a.m.. 

According to police, three women entered the store and scooped up 150 bras estimated at $8,000. 

The manager followed the women and tried to stop them outside of the store’s entrance, but all three women attacked her.

Police said two of the women punched the manager in the face. The manager was also sprayed with an unknown substance by the other. 

Witnesses told police the women were in their early-to-mid 20s. One was described as a heavyset white woman wearing a pink shirt, another was described as a thin black woman in a dark top and the other was described as a mixed-race or possibly Samoan woman in a dark top. 

The manager was treated at the scene for facial bruising and swelling.