INDIANA, Pa. (KDKA)– Pennsylvania State Police announced a suspicious package was being transported by mail in West Wheatfield Township.

On September 26, a package was picked up by PSP. It was suspected to be payment for drug trafficking.

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A 70-year-old man, of Blairsville, reportedly sent $8,000 in a package that was marked suspicious by UPS.

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The Indiana Patrol Unit called the nature of the incident theft of all other. The man was listed as a victim.

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Police haven’t announced any arrests yet.