A reported burglary in progress at a house on the north side of Pine Bluff Monday afternoon resulted in the arrest of two men who were seen leaving the area and were caught after they ran into a wooded area.

A reported burglary in progress at a house on the north side of Pine Bluff Monday afternoon resulted in the arrest of two men who were seen leaving the area and were caught after they ran into a wooded area.

Anthony Hadley, 20, and Nicholas Johnson, 22, were taken into custody after police chased them into the woods near Townsend Park, Deputy Prosecutor Karres Manning said during a court hearing Wednesday.

Detective Bill Wiegand reported that officers were sent to 1420 N. Willow St., and while enroute, received information that two men had left the house. Police were given a clothing description of the men, who were seen in the Townsend Park area and caught after a chase.

Manning said police went back to the house and found a picture window broken, and a screen on the front door pulled back.

When the owners of the home arrived, they reported that a 40-inch television was missing, and Wiegand said in the report that the television had not been recovered.

Manning said Johnson is currently on probation from Lincoln County on a charge of theft by receiving from 2009 while Hadley had no prior convictions or pending charges.

Jefferson County District Judge Kim Bridgforth set a $10,000 bond for both Hadley and Johnson after ruling prosecutors had probable cause to charge them with residential burglary and theft of property.

Hadley and Johnson both said they would hire their own attorneys and were told to come back to court March 21 at 9 a.m.