METHUEN — Thieves were able to take 70 T-shirts valued at $1,100 from a table display at a clothing store at The Loop.
Store officials at The GAP contacted police Wednesday night to report the theft. The store manager told Officer Matthew Tarness she noticed that one pile of white T-shirts was low on Monday, but thought nothing was unusual at the time.
But while inspecting the T-shirts in other piles on Wednesday, she told Tarness she realized other piles of T-shirts were low as well.
The T-shirts in one of the piles that was low were not big sellers and this caught her attention as well, police said.
After checking the store inventory, they realized 70 T-shirts were missing.
The manager told Tarness she believed the shirts were taken on Monday afternoon when the first pile of shirts appeared to be low.
The table where the shirts were displayed is obstructed from the view of the cashier, and there are no cameras in the area, and no security tags on the shirts.
There are no suspects, police said.