A group of female shoplifters stole thousands of dollars worth of men’s Nike boxer shorts from Cole’s store, investigators say


Photo of three women crouching in Coles, Newnan, Georgia.

Photo of three women crouching on a display case in Coles, Newnan, Georgia.Fox 5 Atlanta

  • Three women stole about $1,800 worth of men’s underwear from a Coles store in Newnan, Georgia, police said.

  • Coles says he stole $26 to $40 in Nike men’s boxer shorts, according to Fox 5 Atlanta.

  • More than $6,000 worth of luxury men’s underwear was stolen from a Cole store in the area, police said.

A gang of women shoplifting in Georgia has been charged with stealing thousands of dollars worth of men’s underwear from several Kohl’s stores. According to Fox News affiliate Fox 5 Atlanta.

Fox 5 Atlanta reported that surveillance footage shows three women squatting in a display case in the men’s section of a Kohl’s store in Newnan, Georgia.

The footage also showed a woman walking out of the store with a large bag full of items without paying for them, according to local news outlets.

Women were eyeing Nike’s men’s boxer shorts, according to Kohl’s Store. Coles’ website says the shorts come in her pack of three and cost her between $24 and $40.

Kohl’s did not immediately respond to an Insider’s request for comment.

According to the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office, the women took about $1,800 worth of underwear from Newnan’s store alone, according to Fox 5 Atlanta.

The woman and possibly other women are suspected of stealing men’s underwear from another Coles store in Georgia, according to the sheriff’s office.

Police say more than $6,000 worth of underwear was stolen from Marietta, Woodstock and McDonough stores, according to Fox 5 Atlanta.

Coweta County Sheriff’s Office Toby Nicks told Fox 5 Atlanta:

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