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A new Westmoreland County program will help restore victims of juvenile crime by restoring and selling old furniture.
The juvenile probation program will take offenders who owe both community service and restitution for five weeks and have them restore furniture that will be sold through Westmoreland Community Action's American Architectural Salvage store in Mt. Pleasant . Most of the proceeds from each sale will go toward a restitution fund that can pay back the victims of crime.
Photo credit: Dan Speicher, Tribune-Review