Police are searching for two women after they used mace and a stun gun on employees at a north shore Victoria's Secret during a robbery.
Surveillance video from the store shows the women casually walking toward the door Tuesday evening, when they can be seen raising their arms toward employees near the door. Employees then scatter as the two women hurriedly exit the store.
Police said one the suspects sprayed two employees with the mace; a third employee was hit with a stun gun, police said.
Mandeville Police said in a news release that five people in total made off with "stacks of merchandise" valued at more than $1,500. The women, all believed to be in their 20s, are believed to have fled in a silver Honda sedan with a temporary license plate.