Here's The Woman Who Disrupted A Magic: The Gathering Event By Slamming Her SUV Into A Game Shop

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By Jake Vyper | More Articles MTG Writer/Streamer
January 17, 2020  01:07 PM


Earlier this week, we shared a report about an SUV that slammed through a building of Indianapolis-based game store Midwest Gamez, and disrupted a Magic: The Gathering event. Although the suspect's 2008 Buick Enclave was already impounded by the police, according to Indystar, the driver who rammed the vehicle and fled the scene hasn't been caught yet, and now Midwest Gamez needs the help of the public to recognize the woman caught on video.

Over on Twitter, Wayne Township Fire Department has shared a video clip of the woman exiting the SUV. The clip comes with a caption asking anyone who recognizes the woman contact the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

Indystar reported that Midwest Gamez operator Jeremy Stephens said that he and three other people were playing Magic: The Gathering in the shop about 3:10 p.m. when the car slammed through the wall about 15 feet away. Stephens told the news outlet that conrete in the wall went flying across the store, and narrowly missed one of the teens playing Magic

You can watch another footage from inside the store below: 

This is not the first time a video captured a vehicle crashing into a game shop. Back in 2015, a car slammed through the building of Red Castle Games in Portland. You can watch the CCTV footage below: 

Now imagine a Magic player playing a vehicle card inside a card shop, and this kind of destruction happens. 

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