Police have issued a warrant for the arrest of a Sharpsville Pennsylvania man who is accused of stealing over $2,000 worth of power tools from a Howland home improvement store. 

An update on the Howlanf Police Department's Facebook page announced that due to information from the public, they have identified a suspect in the case.

According to a police report, 37-year-old Ryan Nathaniel Burns has been charged with theft.

The case stems from an incident on Sunday morning when officers responded to reports of shoplifting at Home Depot on Niles Cortland Road.

Police say surveillance video showed a man walking out of the store without paying for items twice on July 6, the first incident is recorded at 5:15 p.m., and the second at 6:45 p.m. 

The male suspect was seen on surveillance walking through the main entrance, bypassing cashiers while pushing a flatbed cart stacked with items. 

During the first trip through the store, the suspect allegedly took a Toro Recycler 22 mower, valued at $579, and a Toro 22 SP mower, valued at $529. During his second trip, he took another Toro Recycler 22 mower, and 2 DeWalt 2100 PSI Jobsite Power Washers, valued at $349.00 each 

According to a report, the suspect was seen pushing the cart to a Chevrolet Impala with rust-colored rims, with Pennsylvania license plates. 

Howland Township Police Department posted surveillance images to their Facebook page, asking to hear from anyone who recognized the man.