Clearfield County, PA –  An Ebensburg man was sentenced to up to three years in state prison for breaking into a hunting camp in Clearfield County.

34-year-old Roger Albright II pleaded guilty to felony charges of receiving stolen property. He was sentenced to 15 months to three years in state prison.

Albright will also have to pay more than $7,000 in restitution to the camp owner.

In February of 2017, the owner of a hunting camp in LaJose posted on Facebook that someone had broken into his camp.

The owner offered a cash reward for any information, which led to a tip that someone had seen some of the stolen items at Albright’s home.

Albright is accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of property, including a wall-mounted television, trail camera, a rifle, and even a set of slippers.

Although the victim estimated that nearly $4,000 worth of items were taken, police were only able to find about $1,700 worth of items in Albright’s home.

There was nearly $1,500 worth of damage to the camp, a shed on the property, and a mounted turkey.

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