- Associated Press - Monday, November 7, 2016

ASPINWALL, Pa. (AP) - Police have arrested two men and were searching for a third following a home invasion robbery in an upscale riverfront suburb of Pittsburgh.

Allegheny County police say the suspects kicked in the rear door of an apartment in Aspinwall about 2 a.m. Monday, then took a wallet and two cellphones after assaulting a man and woman inside.

Police found one suspect, 28-year-old Shain Focht, nearby and arrested him after a foot chase. Another man seen driving Focht’s car, 31-year-old Michael Priester, was pulled over and arrested. A third man, Russell Crawshaw, is wanted on the same charges the others face, including robbery, burglary, conspiracy and simple assault.

Focht, of Franklin, and Priester, of Karthaus, were in custody awaiting arraignment. Court records don’t list attorneys for them.

Crawshaw is from Pittsburgh.

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