If I accidentally walked out of a gas station without paying for a coffee, should I worry about being charged in the future?

Question Details: I was traveling and ran into a gas station to purchase a coffee. It was extremely busy in there and I received a phone call and got distracted and think I walked out without paying. I couldn't locate a receipt and there was no charge on my credit card. Should I be concerned that the police will show up at my house in a month with a warrant? It was out of town so I can't easily stop back by and pay.

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