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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.

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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.

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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.

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Tomlin, who had two prior retail theft convictions in 2010 and 2015, was placed under arrest.