NEW CASTLE, Pa. (AP) — Can't a body take a nice, quiet bath anymore?
A western Pennsylvania man was taking a midmorning soak when he heard noises downstairs.
The New Castle News (http://bit.ly/17srvbx ) reports that the unidentified man got out of the tub to investigate and discovered two burglars in his house. One was standing in the downstairs doorway then both intruders took off.
Police say the two stole $177 in cash and jewelry in the Tuesday intrusion.
The man told police the burglars were wearing black hoodies and pants and their faces were mostly covered by the hoods.
No word on what the man was wearing.
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