WATERVILLE, Maine (AP) - Police in Waterville are looking for a woman they say ignored employees trying to stop her and walked out of a supermarket with about $200 worth of food.
Sgt. Brian Gardiner says the woman pushed the laden grocery cart out of a Hannaford store at about 4:15 p.m. Monday.
He said workers tried to stop her but she refused, got in a car and drove away.
Gardiner tells the Morning Sentinel that employees got the vehicle's license plate number and gave investigators a good description of the woman.
Police think the shoplifter was from the China area.
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