By CBS3 Staff

EVESHAM TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Surveillance video shows three suspects wanted for stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of undergarments from a Victoria’s Secret in Marlton. Police say the trio took approximately 400 pairs of undergarments, valued at $4,200, from the Victoria’s Secret, located at 300 S. Route 73, on the evening of Sept. 25.

“They probably stole it to sell it, especially if it’s that quantity,” Jenny Weiner says.

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“That’s a lot of underwear,” said another woman.

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Surveillance video shows the suspects entering the store and going to one of the undergarments display tables. One of the suspects acts as a lookout while the other two begin placing handfuls of merchandise inside a large blue Xios shopping bag.

The suspects are also suspected of committing the same type of shoplifting at two other Victoria’s Secret in Yonkers and Queens, New York.

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Police say this is at least the third time shoplifters have stolen several hundreds of dollars’ worth of undergarments from the Marlton store.

“It’s expensive, sometimes they’ll have sales but honestly, for underwear, when you could probably just get a pack at Target or something, it is expensive,” Courtney Dunn said.

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But do people really try to save a few bucks trying to buy unlawful undies?

“Well, when you find good underwear, you tend to stick with it and while it may be a little pricey, I guess that’s what you would do. I mean, I wouldn’t,” Weiner said.

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If you recognize the suspects or have any information regarding the crime, contact the Evesham Police Department at 856-983-1116.