NEW CASTLE, Pa. - Police in Lawrence County said a burglar went to extreme measures to get inside of a New Castle bar for a bottle of beer.
Investigators said 23-year-old Corbin Partin was arrested after he was caught inside of the 26 Bar and Grill on East Washington Street.
When police arrived, officers said they found Partin holding a beer inside of his sweatshirt.
Police said Partin used an Access card to jam the door and then kicked a hole through a wall to get to the bar area.
"It was amazing that someone would go through this to get a couple of beers out of the bar," said owner Denny Flora.
Partin faces burglary and public drunkenness charges. He remains in the Lawrence County Jail.
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