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$1,200 worth of stolen video games lead to wild struggle at Target

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville Target store was the scene of a wild attempted video game heist in November.

Police say Shavonda S. Hill, 24, of Louisville and another woman tried to take $1,200 worth of video games by force at the Taylorsville Road Target on November 5.

According to Hill's arrest report, she and the other woman were confronted by store security while walking toward the exit past all points of purchase with bags filled with the video games. When security tried to escort the woman to the security office, police say the suspects pulled away from the employees and began dumping the merchandise they had taken.

The report states both women struggled with security, and at one point, the second woman stated she had a gun. Security allowed the women to leave the store. They got away in a gold Chevy Impala.

Hill was identified by law enforcement sources who are familiar with her. She is charged with first-degree robbery.

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