Updated:PITTSBURGH (AP) (AP)ong> - Two western Pennsylvania men have been arrested in connection with the alleged theft of bronze doors from a mausoleum.
Police say in a release Monday that 33-year-old Michael P. Lawrence and 30-year-old Travid Haun were arrested Friday and charged in the case.
A set of bronze doors worth more than $8,000 were allegedly stolen on Jan. 2 from a century-old tomb in a Pittsburgh cemetery, along with a stained-glass window.
Court documents show that both Lawrence and Haun are being held in the county jail, unable to post $5000 bond. They are charged with felony counts of vandalism, theft and receiving stolen property, and a misdemeanor count of theft of venerated objects.
No attorneys were listed for the men. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Jan. 31.
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