INDIANA, Pa. (KDKA) — State Police are investigating a robbery at the Sears at the Indiana Mall.

The incident happened around 8:55 p.m. Thursday as the store was getting ready to close.

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A man and woman took two Dyson vacuums, valued at a total of more than $800, and left without paying.

A 22-year-old clerk followed the couple out of the store and confronted them at their car.

That’s when she was hit with a car door before the couple took off.

The clerk was taken to the hospital, but was not seriously injured.

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Police already have suspects in the case.

The couple signed up for a shopper’s club card shortly before the robbery using their real names, but a fake address.

Not a smart move, for thieves who clearly knew what they were after.

If you have any information, contact State Police at the Indiana barracks.

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