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BURRELL TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police are trying to find a man who stole almost $6,000 in merchandise from an Indiana County Walmart last month.

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It happened at the Walmart in Burrell Township on Feb. 24.

(Photo Credit: Pennsylvania State Police)

State police say the suspect walked into the Walmart around 1:54 a.m., loaded up a shopping cart with merchandise, then walked back out at 2 a.m.

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He can be seen on surveillance footage pushing the shopping cart out the front doors and putting the merchandise into a red Volkswagen Jetta with the license plate FRM-3564.

(Photo Credit: Pennsylvania State Police)

According to state police, he stole multiple Night Owl home security systems, multiple Netgear wireless routers and multiple external hard drives. The stolen merchandise is worth $5,586.

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Anyone who is able to identify the suspect or anyone who has information on this incident is asked to call state police at (724) 357-1960.