ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Someone wanted a baker’s dozen from a 24-hour doughnut shop in Anchorage, and used a gun for the extra treat.

Anchorage television station KTUU reports ( a woman walked into Golden Donuts shortly before 1 a.m. Friday and ordered a dozen doughnuts.

As the employee handed over the doughnuts, he says the woman then pulled out a gun and demanded cash from the register.

He gave her the money and called police after she left.

Police say they arrested as 35-year-old Melissa Noel of Anchorage after she ran a nearby stoplight following the incident. Police say they found a box of doughnuts in her vehicle. Online court records don’t list an attorney for Noel, who was scheduled for arraignment later Friday on robbery, theft and assault charges.

Information from: KTUU-TV,

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