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2 jailed for burglaries charged with more crimes

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Barry Templin and Brandon Adams Barry Templin and Brandon Adams
MARIETTA, Pa. (WHTM) -

Two men already jailed for several residential burglaries in Lancaster County have been charged with two additional break-ins.

Susquehanna Regional police said they filed charges against 25-year-old Barry Lee Templin Jr. of Manheim and 24-year-old Brandon Jon Adams of Marietta for July burglaries at a Marietta home and at the Donegal Intermediate School.

Police believe the two stole copper wiring and piping from the N. Bank Street home, which was damaged by flooding when the pipes were removed.

Adams and Templin additionally broke into the Donegal Intermediate School during renovations and stole $900 in tools and $850 worth of plumbing fixtures, police said.

Both were charged with burglary, theft, conspiracy, and criminal mischief.

Susquehanna Regional police initially charged the pair in August for two home burglaries in East Donegal Township.

At the same time, Manheim police charged them with four home burglaries, and Northwest Regional police filed one additional burglary count for a break-in at a Mount Joy Township home.

Police said the two sold some of the stolen property at pawn shops, and other stuff was found in homes where they were staying.

 

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