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Walmart keeping fridge stocked at local home where no one lives

SEWICKLEY, Pa. — A townhome in Sewickley doesn’t having anyone living in it, but Walmart is keeping its refrigerator stocked anyway, Channel 11’s news exchange partners at TribLIVE reported.

The reason for that is Walmart is training employees for its in-home delivery service, which is called InHome.

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Employees wear a body camera to record a live stream of a customer’s shopping being done and the groceries being delivered to their home, where the employee puts everything away for them.

Pittsburgh is one of three test markets for the delivery service, which Walmart announced last year.

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Customers who want to take advantage of InHome need to have a smart lock installed so the Walmart employee can get in.

To be eligible to receive InHome delivery, a customer must be located within a 10-mile radius of a participating store, TribLIVE reported. CLICK HERE to find out if your home is located in a delivery area.