Aurora Men Arrested Following Burglary Investigation

Both men are being charged with Theft.

(Pictured: Perry Harding. No picture was found for Timothy Schmaltz.)

(Ohio Co., Ind.) - A burglary investigation led to the arrest of two Aurora men. 

Timothy Schmaltz and Perry Harding are facing theft charges for allegedly stealing items from multiple counties in the tri-state, reports Local 12-WKRC.

According to the report, Ohio County Sheriff's deputies say the two men stole a Harley Davidson in Dearborn County, a Ford F-150 in Ripley County and a camper in Switzerland County. 

Schmaltz and Harding are also accused of stealing several power tools and a Bobcat from the Addyston, Ohio area. 

Police believe the two men were trying to sell the items they allegedly stole. 

 

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