GREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) – Police are working to identify a man who broke into the Westmoreland Mall and got away with nearly $1,300.

Pennsylvania State Police Greensburg say a male used a “prying tool” to break into the back door of two stores, Leggins Park and Icy Roll 2.0, early Friday morning.

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Then, police say the suspect unplugged security cameras before stealing about $610 from Leggins Park and $666 from Icy Roll 2.0.

Police say the suspect took the money from cash registers, as well as a file drawer in Leggings Park and a small safe in Icy Roll 2.0.

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From what cameras could catch, police describe the suspect as a white male around 5 feet and 2 inches to 6 feet and 2 inches tall.

At the time of the burglary, the suspect was wearing a dark long-sleeve shirt with a hood, tan pants and a dark hat. He also had a white respirator covering his face.

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State police ask anyone with information about the incident to call Trooper Platt at 724-832-3288.