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WILKINS TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Police in Wilkins Township are asking the public for help identifying a man accused of stealing hundreds of dollars in tools from a local Home Depot.

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The theft happened on the afternoon of Jan. 11 at the Home Depot on William Penn Highway.

According to police, the suspect filled up a cart with Dewalt brand tools and walked out of the store. Some of the employees asked him to show a receipt, but he refused to stop.

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(Source: Wilkins Township Police)

The man got away with $1,500 worth of merchandise.

Police are looking for him now.

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Anyone with information on the man’s identity is asked to call Wilkins Township Police at 412-824-0032.