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Springfield Township brothers accused of stealing $100 in change

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Two brothers from Springfield Township are in trouble with the law for allegedly stealing what amounts to spare change.

Beaver Township Police have charged 35-year-old Eric Lucicosky and 31-year-old Michael Lucicosky with burglary.

Police say the two are accused of breaking into a Sharrot Road home last month and stealing two coffee containers containing coins.  One jar was full of nickels, and the other was filled with pennies. The homeowner estimated the value of the coins at $100.

Investigators found a trail of pennies in front of the home.

Police say they identified the two suspects when they were spotted on surveillance video pouring pennies and nickels into the Coinstar coin cashing machine inside a grocery store on Midlothian Boulevard. 

The suspects were arrested last week by Poland Township Police.

Both men are scheduled were scheduled to answer the charges Tuesday afternoon in Canfield court. 

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