Bizarre theft: Owners report 50 foot bridge stolen from Western Pennsylvania

    A business owner in New Castle, Pennsylvania says he was shocked to learn the company’s 50-foot bridge had been stolen.

    According to the Associated Press, the 20-foot wide span in North Beaver Township was reported missing on Wednesday, September 27.

    The bridge, made out of corrugated steel, is worth nearly $100,000.

    It appears the thieves used a blowtorch to cut it apart.

    The AP says the bridge was used occasionally as a back entrance to the company property.

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