MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A woman accused of shoplifting at a Home Depot on Tuesday punched a loss prevention worker in the face then fled the store, but not before dropping her cellphone, which was open to her Facebook page, police said.
“In her haste to flee, (Misty) Baker dropped her cell phone, which was open to her own Facebook page, helping the alert investigating officer identify her,” Moses Lake police wrote on social media. “That, and of course, the video cameras in the store.”
Baker, 33, left the scene in a white Ford Escape and police are still looking for her, officials said.
She is wanted for first degree robbery and two outstanding warrants.
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