The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Investigations (FDA), and other law enforcement officials to recover cases of select lots of retail non-prescription consumer healthcare products. The products were stolen in Pennsylvania from a shipping truck en route from Pennsylvania to Florida, between December 4th and 5th. The products stolen cover very small amounts of a wide range of consumer healthcare products from the following brands: AVEENO, BAND-AID , BENADRYL, CAREFREE, CHILDREN'S SUDAFED, CHILDREN'S TYLENOL, CLEAN & CLEAR, COACH, EFFERDENT, IMODIUM, J&J FIRST AID, JOHNSON'S, KY, LISTERINE, LUBRIDERM, LUDENS, MONISTAT, MOTRIN IB, NEOSPORIN, NEUTROGENA, OB, PEPCID, ROLAIDS, SHOWER TO SHOWER, SIMPLY SLEEP, ST. JOSEPH'S ASPIRIN, STAYFREE, TYLENOL, VIACTIV, VISINE, ZYRTEC.
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies, along with FDA and local authorities, has initiated efforts to locate the stolen product and identify the individuals who were involved in the theft.
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies and the FDA are asking for the public's help in reporting any information regarding the stolen consumer healthcare products to FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) by calling 800-551-3989 or by visiting the OCI Web site (http://www.fda.gov/OCI).
The Johnson & Johnson Family of Consumer Companies advises consumers and retailers to always purchase product only from trusted and reliable sources. For consumer inquiries about the stolen products, please call the corresponding operating division of Johnson & Johnson that manufactured the product, at their toll-free number identified on the package.
In addition, as always, consumers and retailers should report any evidence of suspected product tampering to Johnson & Johnson at the toll-free number (800) 962-5357.