SOUTH UNION TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A man was allegedly caught trying to leave a Fayette County Walmart with almost $100 worth of bacon shoved down his pants.READ MORE: 2 Catalytic Converters Stolen From Local Business
State troopers were sent to the Walmart in South Union Township on Tuesday for a report of a retail theft.
When they arrived on the scene, store employees said a man and a female suspect had stolen about $85 worth of merchandise.READ MORE: Controversial Stephen Foster Statue To Move From Pittsburgh To Museum Exhibit In Los Angeles
The man, identified as Larry David Tomlin, allegedly had multiple packages of bacon and cheese stuffed in his pants.
Troopers also found that Tomlin had a small amount of marijuana and a pipe used for smoking marijuana in his pocket.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Housing Authority Refutes Reports About Property Neglect
Tomlin, who had two prior retail theft convictions in 2010 and 2015, was placed under arrest.