JACKSONVILLE, FL (KTRK) --A woman accused of shoplifting is now wanted after she began throwing candy, chips and other goods inside a convenience store.
Surveillance cameras were rolling as the woman began destroying the food inside a Jacksonville, Florida shop.
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Jacksonville Sheriff's deputies say she had stuffed $11 worth of candy bars inside her pockets and tried to leave the shop when a store clerk confronted her.
When the woman allegedly refused to give the candy bars back to the clerk, he trapped her inside the store by locking the front door.
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That is when surveillance cameras recorded the woman making a huge mess.
The clerk unlocked the door in an attempt to get her to stop the damage, and she fled the scene on foot.
Sheriff's deputies are still looking for the woman.
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