Henrico Police were dispatched to the mall at about 12:40 p.m. for the incident.
The deer hit Erik Eckard's parked car outside of the shopping center before it entered the mall.
"I noticed a deer than had a little bit of blood on its face," Eckard said. "It was running back and forth. The next thing you now it started to approach me and I hid behind our van."
Eckard said it was then the deer jumped and landed on his windshield.
"He didn't even bother to run around the car," Eckard said. "It was definitely distraught. It was definitely aggressive."
After the deer hit Eckard's car windshield, it jumped on top of its car damaging the roof of Eckard's car.
The condition of the deer has not been released at this time. This is a developing story.