SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4)– The man who set an historic museum on fire in Frisco has been sentenced to prison.

A judge in Summit County sentenced Tony Bana to three years in prison on Wednesday. Bana was also ordered to pay $70,000 in restitution.

The Ruth House Historical Museum was torched in June 2011. After the flames were extinguished, investigators noticed several items were missing, including an antique fur collection and jewelry.

Anthony Bana (credit: Town Of Frisco)

Prosecutors claim Bana set the fire to cover up the theft at the Frisco Historic Park and Museum.

The Ruth House was built in 1890. Fire crews were able to save most of the building’s structure.