Panty and Perfume Purloiner on the Loose

Wilmington woman accused of ripping off Victoria's Secret

Wanted: Woman possibly obsessed with panties and perfume!

During the time Norma Johnson worked for the Victorias’s Secret store in the Concord Mall, the 42-year old Wilmington woman made off with $9,400 worth of panties and perfume, according to police.

Johnson’s accused of taking the merchandise over a 14-month period of time – from September 2007 to Dec. 24, 2008. The store launched it’s own investigation when a “tremendous” amount of perfume and undergarments were found missing.

Delaware State Police say Johnson had been cooperating with Victoria’s Secret investigators. They fired her for violating "various store policies," say police.

Delaware State Police are now looking for Johnson.

If you know anything about Norma or the $9,400 panty-perfume caper call Troop 1 at 302-761-6677 ext. 322 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333.

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