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Woman goes ballistic in gas station after learning a $10 credit card charge will take 24 hours to reverse

2019-09-06

The footage, obtained by RTV6 news, shows the unidentified woman flipping over shelves, smashing a glass door and destroying merchandise. allegedly causing up to $3,000 in damage. (RTV6)

Indiana police are looking for a woman who was caught on security destroying an Indianapolis gas station after being informed a $10 charge on her credit card would take a day to reverse.

The footage, obtained by RTV6 news, shows the unidentified woman flipping over shelves, smashing a glass door and destroying merchandise. allegedly causing up to $3,000 in damage.

The irate customer reportedly entered a Shell gas station on Aug, 30 and charged $10 in gas to her credit card on pump number four. After realizing she’d meant to pay for pump number five, the woman asked a cashier to apply the credit to that machine instead. Upon being told the initial $10 charge would take 24 hours to be removed from her credit statement, the customer went on a rampage, upending everything in sight and smashing the gas station’s glass doors. The incident occurred at 6 p.m., which is the height of rush hour.

Indianapolis detective Ivan Ivanov tells the Daily News that the gas station is working with its corporate offices to get information about the suspect from the charge card she’d used. The name of the card holder does not appear on transactions, he said.