BANGOR, Maine — Local police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man suspected of taking a donation jar to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association from the One Stop convenience store at 96 State St. on Monday, July 6.

On Saturday morning, the Bangor Police Department posted on its Facebook page a screenshot from the store’s video security system and information about the disappearance of the donation jar.

“Hey, that ain’t right!” Sgt. Tim Cotton, who maintains the department’s Facebook page, said in the post. “Now we need to find him and serve him a can of karma in the form of a summons so he can see the judge and determine if this is acceptable behavior.”

Anyone who can identify the man or has information about the incident is urged to call the tip line at 947-7384 ext. 6.

MDA is a nonprofit health agency that raises money for research and to provide medical and community service to people diagnosed with muscular dystrophy; amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS; and other neuromuscular diseases, according to information posted on the organization’s website.

MDA is the charity Bangor firefighters carrying “retired” rubber firefighter boots collect money for at events on the Bangor waterfront.