Two men, accused of being members of a nationwide gang which
has been looting public telephone coin boxes, were captured by a
tavern owner near Bear, Del. John A. Sarapulski noticed the pair
tampering with the telephone outside his tavern, called state
police, and held the men at gunpoint until the police arrived.
Telephone company investigators said the prisoners were members of a
syndicate under surveillance for more than a year in several parts
of the country. Sarapulski had been alerted to the syndicate's
activities by telephone company investigators after the booth
outside his tavern was robbed a short time earlier.
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