Anyone wanna buy a—Oh, never mind
A 50-foot-long bridge in western Pennsylvania has been stolen, and its owners say they're baffled by the crime and have no idea who took it. . . .
A state police report says the 20-foot-wide span in North Beaver Township went missing between Sept. 27 and Wednesday.
The bridge was made out of corrugated steel and valued at about $100,000. Thieves used a blowtorch to cut it apart, presumably to sell it for scrap metal.
The most surprising thing in this story? They can't pin down the date of theft. That means it took them over a week to notice.