Man Accused Of Burglary Hopes Eagles Repeat As Super Bowl Champs A man accused of breaking into a music store in Pittston, Pa., was asked by TV news crews if he had anything to say. He said, "Go Eagles." The Super Bowl champs are in the playoffs.
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Man Accused Of Burglary Hopes Eagles Repeat As Super Bowl Champs

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Man Accused Of Burglary Hopes Eagles Repeat As Super Bowl Champs

Man Accused Of Burglary Hopes Eagles Repeat As Super Bowl Champs

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A man accused of breaking into a music store in Pittston, Pa., was asked by TV news crews if he had anything to say. He said, "Go Eagles." The Super Bowl champs are in the playoffs.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. A Pennsylvania man was given a platform to speak and made use of it. Dale Sourbeck is accused of breaking into a music store in Pittston. Police say surveillance video shows him stealing two guitars. WNAP reports a TV camera caught the arrested man escorted to a police car. And when he was asked for comment, he replied, go Eagles. He was cheering on the Philadelphia pro football team that's trying to return to the Super Bowl in the playoffs on Sunday. It's MORNING EDITION.

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