WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Images from security cameras at the Doo-Dah Diner in downtown Wichita show two women grabbing "take and bake" food items from a fridge at the front of the restaurant, and then getting in a car and taking off without paying.

Doo-Dah Diner posted the pictures on Facebook, hoping to get them identified and customers quickly helped the staff identify one of the women.

Owner Timirie Shibley said that the woman soon began sending messages to the restaurants account claiming Doo-Dah was tarnishing her reputation.

Shibley said that she wanted to forgive the woman for her actions.

"I said, you know, if you just came and did an apology, you know, apologize that it took accountability for your actions, that would be payment in full," Shibley said.

However, the woman continued to publicly slam the restaurant, and threatened a lawsuit.

Shibley said that she plans on filing charges against the woman.

"She really did something illegal, and you can't steal from people. So but for all of those reasons. I mean, I.. I feel as a business owner in this community, I feel I owe it to other business owners to go ahead and follow through."

She also said that she's grateful for the continued support from loyal customers.

"Despite this being a negative situation, there was a whole lot of love from customers, just so many people that showed appreciation to us, for being in the community and knowing that we give people second chances," Shibley said.

KAKE News tried to reach out to the woman who is accused of stealing the food. She didn't respond.

Wichita police are looking into the case.