A woman with kids in tow reportedly became enraged by unsatisfactory service at the Pentagon City Apple Store yesterday, leading her to assault an employee, kick an iPad and steal a phone.
The wild scene played out around 4:30 p.m. at Apple’s busy Pentagon City mall location.
“Upon arrival, it was determined that the female suspect allegedly became irate after being refused service by store management and began to act disorderly,” said an Arlington County Police Department crime report today. “The suspect allegedly struck the employee with a plastic toy firearm, knocked a tablet out of his hands and kicked it across the store, then stole a cell phone and accessories from them.”
Police radio traffic suggests that the woman had kids with her at the time. She left the store and drove off before officers could find her.
“The suspect fled on foot into the parking garage and left the scene in a vehicle,” the crime report said. “The victim sustained minor injuries that did not require medical treatment.”
The incident was classified as a robbery due to the items that were allegedly taken by force.
“The investigation is ongoing,” ACPD said.
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