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GREENVILLE, Ohio – Police are looking for a woman accused in a violent attack at an Ohio Walmart.

It all started because the woman thought another customer cut her in line, police say.

The alleged victim, Deanne Kenworthy, told FOX 45 that she was in the customer service line when she was asked to step aside and fill out some paperwork.

When the Walmart employee waved her over, the alleged suspect became angry.

“I said, ‘Sorry, I don’t have time for this,’ so she grabs the back of my hair and throws me, I mean literally throws me like a sack of potatoes,” she added. “When I landed I hit my back and my elbow and busted my head and then when I tried to get back up she kicked me back down.”

Eventually Kenworthy’s friend intervened and the woman was escorted out of the store by a Walmart employee.

Employees say this is not the first time the alleged suspect has caused trouble in the store.

Police officers released surveillance video of the fight, hoping someone will be able to identify the alleged suspect.