Alec Schall, 21, of Crary, was sentenced Tuesday for burglarizing the Superpumper on College Dr. in April.

Alec Schall, 21, of Crary, was sentenced Tuesday for burglarizing the Superpumper on College Dr. in April.

Schall, along with accomplice James J. Olson, stole cash and checks from the gas station after breaking in during the early morning hours of April 24.

Police reported at that time that witnesses saw two men in white masks dragging a safe out the back door. Schall and Olson were identified as the perpetrators soon after the crime.

Two hearings were held Tuesday regarding Schall. One was a revocation of probation hearing, followed by a status conference at which Schall pleaded guilty to felony C burglary.

Judge Lee Christofferson sentenced Schall to five years in the Department of Corrections, to serve two years. Schall was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $5,101.20. The sentence will run concurrent with the sentence handed down for the probation violation.

Olson faces the same charge and also was responsible for over $5,000 in restitution. A third individual involved in the case was a juvenile at the time,  though it was revealed that he was involved because he accepted $400 from Olson after the burglary.