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CHESTERFIELD, Mo. (KSDK) – The woman accused of stealing merchandise from the Chesterfield Mall, spraying a security guard with mace, hopping into a woman's car, stealing her cell phone and forcing her to drive to a nearby gas station has been arrested more than a month after the crime took place.

Police have been searching for 22-year-old Cierra Baker since the March 21 incident. Her alleged accomplice, Antwinette Johnson, was taken into custody and charged with shoplifting in mid-April.

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Johnson and Baker allegedly parted ways before Baker hopped into the unidentified woman's car. When Baker arrived at the gas station, she was picked up with an unknown vehicle.

Baker has been charged with first degree robbery and kidnapping. She is being held at St. Louis County Justice Services on a $125,000 bond.

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