(Appleton MN-) A rural Appleton woman says she was shot in the arm with her own gun as she struggled with an intruder in her home Monday night. The Swift County Sheriff's Office says 48-year-old Kim Holthaus, who lives at 2130 60th Street Northwest, about 10 miles north of Appleton, called 911 at 9:45 p.m. after the incident. She told officers she had seen a person on her outside security camera and went to another room to grab her pistol. When she turned about, a tall muscular male grabbed the gun and they struggled. The gun fired, hitting Holthaus in the forearm, and the intruder fled the house. Holthaus was treated at the scene, then taken to the Appleton Hospital where she was treated and released. The only description of the intruder was that he was tall and muscular. Holthaus said the room where the struggle took place was dark at the time, and there's no description of the suspect's vehicle. The sheriff's office askes anyone who saw anything suspicious in that area Monday night to call them.