Scott Urquhart returned to his Great Falls, Mont., home at
night to find a man exiting through a basement window. A search of
the house turned up another man hiding under the staircase, and
Urquhart held him at gunpoint until police arrived. The fleeing
suspected accomplice was apprehended also.
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