MISSOULA Mont. - Police arrested two adult males Thursday morning for attempting to burglarize the old K-Mart site in Missoula.
Missoula Police Corporal Paul Kelly said the call came in at about 2:45 a.m. Kelly said the two men were arrested after they were reportedly found piling up old metals and other recyclables.
The 18- and 22-year-old men are scheduled to appear on burglary charges in Missoula County Justice Court Thursday.
A man and a woman from Kent, Wash., both faced a judge earlier this week for a separate incident. Court documents say the two used bolt cutters to break into K-Mart and attempted to steal copper wire from the building.
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