Well, this isn’t your typical robbery. An Alabama woman decided she would drive her car into a Home Depot to get what she needed. Or, to steal what she needed. On Friday around 9 am, a real-life version of “The Fast and the Furious” happened in Trussville, Alabama.

According to the Trussville Tribune, a woman backed her black 2000 Pontiac Sunfire through the front doors of the Home Depot in the Promenade at Tutwiler Farm shopping center. At first, you would think it might have been an accident, right? Umm, nope. She then drove it in reverse through the store, did a three-point turn, knocked over a shelf, and drove it down an aisle. Her car immediately stops, she gets out of the car and starts stealing things. Once she got what she wanted, she got back in and drove the car out of the building the same way she went in. Fortunately, no one was injured or killed.

The Trussville Police Department released a surveillance video from Home Depot that captures the incident. The Tribune also received a video taken by Tim Stewart. You can view them below.

 

The police are looking for this woman. The car has an Alabama disabled veteran tag #DV83J33. If you have any information, call the Trussville Police Department at (205) 655-2101.