*This is a developing story. Additional information will be provided when it becomes available.*
Las Vegas authorities are searching for a woman who allegedly threw hot coffee on a restaurant employee, leaving the victim with second and third-degree burns.
The incident happened at an unnamed fast-food restaurant near Saraha Avenue and I-15 in Las Vegas, on March 4. Following the attack, the suspect left the building and walked toward a city bus traveling west on Sahara Avenue, ABC 13 reports.
Authorities said the suspect hit the victim over the head with a coffee pot, which caused the steaming liquid to spill down her head, face, and torso area.
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According to police, the suspect is a black female who appears to be around 25 years old. She has red or auburn colored hair and wore a black flowered top and peach capri pants when the incident occurred.
Anyone with information should contact the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Departments at 702-385-5555.
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[Feature Photo via Las Vegas Metropolitan PD]