The ladies' undergarments were first reported by motorists on the H-1 Freeway in Honolulu during commuting hours Monday morning, KITV-Honolulu reported Wednesday.
A Gap store manager at the Pearlridge shopping center initially speculated the items might be related to a theft two weeks ago at the location. However, company officials said they later discovered eight boxes of merchandise were missing from a Monday morning shipment and may have fallen from the delivery truck.
A spokesman for the delivery company employed by the store said the matter is being investigated.
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