A convenience store customer gave her two cents on the worth of the penny by adding two guns to her opinion.
The clash occurred at a Melbourne 7-Eleven around 1:27 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Melbourne Police Department.
The clerk told police the customer tried to pay for her purchases with a plethora of pennies, too many pennies for the store to handle, according to the clerk.
The clerk told the customer this. The customer wasn’t happy.
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After throwing and pushing items off the counter and at the clerk, police said, the customer threatened the clerk with death. She left. She then returned armed — with a pair of pistols.
After threatening the clerk with the guns, she departed again, according to witnesses. Surveillance cameras caught her leaving in a white four-door Toyota, possibly a Camry.
Anyone who knows the customer’s whereabouts is asked to call Melbourne police at 321-608-6443. She is wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief over $1,000, and tampering with or harassing a witness or victim.