Disgruntled Target employee runs car through front of store

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WASHINGTON, Mo. -- It seems like this Missouri Target had quite the bulls eye on it, since a 21- year old crashed his car right into the front of the store.

The incident occurred after the suspect allegedly bragged about doing something big on his Facebook page.

According to reports, court documents showed that Nathan Glenville, who is an employee of the store,  was disciplined a few days earlier after a female coworker complained to supervisors about unwanted advances he allegedly made toward her at work.

Glenville allegedly thought the coworker looked like Margot Kidder, who played Lois Lane's character in 1978, according to KDSK.

Moments after allegedly posting threatening messages on Facebook, security cameras show the car crashing through the glass doors of the store.

Glenville then busted his car window, climbed out, but then fell upside down into a shopping cart as he tried to walk away.

He struggles for a few minutes, reached in his car, and then stumbles out of frame. Luckily, no one was hurt.

Glenville fled the scene, but was later located by police. The store estimates he caused more than $20,000 in damage.

Glenville is facing multiple felony charges, including first degree property damage and resisting arrest. He's being held on $75,000 bond.

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