HARMAR TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — Officials released a photo of a person of interest in connection to a robbery of an off-track betting parlor in Harmar Township.

Allegheny County Police say they were called to the Meadows Off-Track Betting facility on Anchor Drive in Harmar Township for a robbery just before 10 a.m. on Nov. 25.

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During the investigation, police say they determined a woman was the only employee at work as she prepared to open the business. She told police that the building was still locked and she thought she was alone.

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(Photo Credit: Allegheny County Police)

However, police say there was a man in the building wearing a mask to cover his face. He allegedly confronted her, demanded her keys then barricaded her in a room without the phone.

The man then used the woman’s vehicle to flee the area.

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Officials said the vehicle is as a 2005 dark gray Ford Escape, bearing PA Wildlife Conservation plate WR 23951 depicting an owl. There is also a Slippery Rock sticker in the rear window and a Slippery Rock University parking sticker on the upper driver’s side windshield.