TOWSON, Md (WMAR) - Baltimore County Police are looking for a woman who stole a T-shirt and hit an employee with a car at Towson Town Center on Thursday.
An employee of the PacSun clothing store in the mall reportedly witnessed a woman slipping a $15.00 T-shirt into her purse.
It would be when the customer left the store without paying that several employees went after her to prevent the theft, police say.
Police report that the woman got into her car, and an employee decided to stand behind the vehicle to prevent her from leaving.
The tactic did not work.
According to police, the woman backed the car up, hit the employee, and drove away.
The employee that was hit suffered minor injuries to their leg and refused medical treatment, police say.
The woman is described as a black female with black hair, brown eyes, and a medium complexion. She appeared to be in her 20's.
Police say she was last seen driving in the direction of Fairmount Ave in a white 2000 Volvo with Maryland tags reading: 4AY7107.
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