‘Where’s my money?’: Woman pries open store’s cash registers with crowbar-looking object after being denied refund

Video: ‘Where’s my money?’: Woman pries open store’s cash registers with crowbar-looking object after being denied refund

ORANGE CITY, Fla. — An Orange City woman was arrested Tuesday after police said she pried open a store’s cash registers with what was possibly was a crowbar after workers told her they had already given her a refund.

Orange City police said Dahianna Serraty is accused of forcing the registers open at a Spectrum store on Enterprise Road.

Police said Serraty walked over to the registers, pried them open with a crowbar-looking object, grabbed the money inside and walked out.

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Witnesses said Serraty asked for a refund of a payment she was not credited. She then came back to speak with another staff member about her refund before she returned for a third time with what was possibly a crowbar.

Witnesses said they heard Serraty saying, “Where’s my money? I’m getting my money” and “I’m going to get my money one way or another."

They said she then walked out of the store, entered a blue van and left the parking lot.

Police said she took about $500. She was arrested later in the day.