The woman who police say threw uncooked bacon and sausage at a Massachusetts police station window is now missing.
Lindsey McNamara, 24 -- who made headlines last December when she was caught on video (below) throwing meat at a dispatcher inside the Framingham police station -- was last seen Saturday night at P.F. Chang's restaurant in Natick, CBS Boston reports.
McNamara vanished a week after a judge dropped a malicious destruction of property charge against her, but fined her $150 for disorderly conduct.
She was last seen with a man and woman whom her family did not know, according to CBS Boston.
Shortly after the attack in December, McNamara told investigators that "God told me to feed the pigs." Photos and video released by police show McNamara with a Dunkin' Donuts box full of raw meat, and a pile of sausage and bacon up against the dispatcher's window. Her mom said at the time that she "needed help" and was going through "a difficult time right now," the New York Daily News reports.
McNamara has blue eyes and brown hair. Anyone with information on her whereabouts should call Framingham police.