Toy company donates 'knight' to western Pa. store
BEAVER, Pa. (AP) - October 30, 2012 (WPVI) -- A toy company has donated a new four-foot-tall knight statue to accompany one stolen from the front of a western Pennsylvania toy shop before it was also returned by pranksters.
Workers at Castle Toy and Games in Beaver have dubbed the new Playmobil knight Sir Veillance (surveillance, get it?).
The shop's other knight, nicknamed "Dude," was stolen from in front of the store on Oct. 15 by two men who planned to let a third friend put it in his apartment bathroom as a prank to scare people.
The Beaver County Times reports Monday that the men have returned the first knight, apologized and have agreed to perform community service. If they do that, they'll be cited for the incident and face a small fine.
The Playmobil company, which makes both figures, donated Sir Veillance.
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