A woman broke into a closed police station in Pennsylvania on Monday; searching for an officer she had been sexually harassing since her arrest in May 2018.

Ashley Keister, 27, first banged on doors of the station, before calling 911 to inform that she needed to speak with an officer. However, when no one opened the door, she smashed her way into the station through a glass door, using a large cigarette butt holder.

She then attempted to open the interior doors and started searching through the filing cabinets. Keister then got out of the station and waited for the officer in her vehicle. When he finally arrived, she pulled into the parking lot and charged at him.

The entire break-in was caught on CCTV.

When asked, Keister told police that her motive was to enter the station and remove documents related to an investigation pertaining  to her.

She was then charged with institutional vandalism, criminal mischief, assault, burglary, loitering, harassment and disorderly conduct and placed at Luzerne County Correctional Facility.

Police said the woman broke into the station to see a particular officer, whom she had been harassing through social media and had even bothered him with sexual advances.

West Wyoming Police Chief Curt Nocera said, "I made her sign a piece of paper saying that she wouldn't contact a particular officer like she's been, sending him upwards of 20 plus messages a day,” ABC 16 reported.

A few hours prior to the incident, the woman had called 911 and informed that she was coming to the station to meet that particular officer.

"She then entered the building, rummaged through the filing cabinets out in the borough building, tried to gain entry again by trying to kick the door in from the borough side into the police station," Nocera said.

She then swung at officers who tried to arrest her.

"We definitely have to beef up security. Look around at all our municipal buildings, fire, EMS, and police to make sure that people like this can't break in and get to first responders," Nocera added.

arrest A woman was arrested for breaking into a closed police station in Pennsylvania. In this image, a commercial fisher-woman Diane Wilson of Seadrift, Texas, is lead away in handcuffs by U.S. Capitol Police officers after she interrupted a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing about the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, by pouring a jar of syrup made to look like oil over herself in Washington, DC., June 9, 2010. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images

In a similar incident, a woman was arrested for trying to break into an Oklahoma City Police Department employee's van parked right outside police headquarters.

Court records stated that a police officer was walking out of the headquarters, when he spotted the woman, 68-year-old Bernice Agyemang attempting to open the doors on the van parked outside. The officer then took her into custody. She was charged with second-degree attempted auto burglary and placed at Oklahoma County Jail, NBC-affiliated television station KFOR reported.