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Warren brothers accused of stealing bottle caps from Wal-Mart

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Two brothers from Warren will face a judge after they were caught allegedly stealing caps from motor oil bottles at the Austintown Wal-Mart.

Authorities arrested 21-year-old Brandon and 23-year-old Joshua Braccini Wednesday after Wal-Mart security officials say they spotted the men stealing cologne and caps from bottles of oil.

An oil company is running a promotion that allows customers to redeem caps from five quart bottles of oil for one dollar worth of fuel rewards.

Authorites searched the suspect's vehicle and found more than 200 bottle caps inside.

They will now answer to petty theft charges.

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