By CBSBoston.com Staff

WOBURN (CBS) — Police released photos Monday of a woman accused of assaulting a teenage Dunkin employee in Woburn. The woman threw an iced coffee at the worker and ran out of the store on Sunday, May 16.

Police are asking the public to help identify her.

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A child was also in the Dunkin at the time.

Anyone who recognizes the woman is asked to call police at 781-933-1212 ext. 4855 and ask to speak with the detective handling this case.

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Woburn Police say this woman threw an iced coffee at a Dunkin employee May 16. (Photo Via Woburn Police Facebook)

The employee, 18-year-old Emma Dionne, spoke with WBZ-TV last week. She said the woman was upset over some confusion with her drink order.

“I didn’t realize it happened until like I saw the coffee all over the floor, all over the counter. I was like oh my God it was a mess, scary,” said Dionne.

Woburn Police say this woman threw an iced coffee at a Dunkin employee May 16. (Photo Via Woburn Police Facebook)

There is a security video of the assault. “Just to see her like physically grab the cup and aim for my head was very, very scary to watch,” said Dionne.

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Dionne said she wasn’t sure if she wanted to return to work.

CBSBoston.com Staff