CAMBRIDGE CITY, Ind. (WISH) - Officials say several tips led to the arrest of three individual's police say burgled Lincoln High School.
Cambridge City police issued a press release regarding the burglary Wednesday and within 20 minutes, received several phone calls, e-mails and Facebook messages with information.
Police followed the tips and were able to connect one juvenile and two adults to the burglary that was caught on the school's security cameras. They stole three big screen TVs, valued at more than $4,000.
One juvenile male, 17, was arrested and preliminarily charged with burglary, a Class C felony, and misdemeanor trespass. He is being held at Muncie YOC.
Two adults - James Newton, 18, and Christopher Hunter, 22, were preliminarily charged with burglary, a Class C felony, and misdemeanor trespass. Both are being held at the Wayne County Jail.
Police have not been able to recover the stolen property as of Thursday morning.
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