Pa. owners baffled by theft of 50-foot-long bridge
NEW CASTLE, Pa. (AP) - October 8, 2011 New Castle Development spokesman Gary Bruce said Friday that he "couldn't believe it when they told me it was gone." A state police report says the 20-foot-wide span in North Beaver Township went missing between Sept. 27 and Wednesday. The bridge was made out of corrugated steel and valued at about $100,000. Thieves used a blowtorch to cut it apart, presumably to sell it for scrap metal. The bridge was used occasionally as a back entrance to the company property. It's in the woods along a railroad line about 60 miles north of Pittsburgh. Bruce says he doubts the company can replace the bridge.
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