CONNELLSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Police say two men — including one using a wheelchair and armed with a pellet pistol — broke into a Pennsylvania home and tried to rob the residents.

Connellsville police Chief James Capitos says officers were called about 11:30 p.m. Monday during the incident, and arrived to find 22-year-old Dean Firestone and 25-year-old Asa Thompkins — who uses a wheelchair—in the home, with Thompkins holding one person at gunpoint. The pellet gun resembled a Glock pistol.

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Firestone remains in the Fayette County prison on burglary, robbery and other charges, though Thompkins was allowed to remain free on unsecured bond until their preliminary hearing Feb. 26.

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Capitos says, “I’ve been here 37 years, I’ve never seen anybody in a wheelchair commit an armed robbery.”

Online court records don’t list defense attorneys.

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