Burglary suspects arrested after attempting to sell stolen tools at pawn shop

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Two suspects in a Lebanon County burglary are arrested after attempting to sell stolen tools at pawn shop.  Kristina Miller, 26, of Jonestown, and Kenneth Shuey, 20, of Palmyra were taken into custody by Pennsylvania State Police.

The couple are accused in an overnight burglary that happened between 6:30 pm July 28 and 4 pm on July 29 at a home in the first block of West Market Street in Jonestown. They apparently gained entry to a detached garage. A Craftsman circular saw, a Poulan chain saw, a Duraflame electrical heater and a Lincoln stick welder were stolen.

State Police arrested the pair as they attempted to sell the items at a local pawn shot for $60.00.

Both Miller and Shuey are charged with burglary.

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