Police have charged four teens after breaking into Vineland High School and stealing computer equipment.

NJ.com reports that the four teenagers, ages 14-18, were charged with 'burglary, theft and criminal mischief.'

The burglary that happened on February 21 cost $1,000 in damages. In addition, the computer equipment that was stolen was worth $5,000 and luckily has been returned.

Three of the boys were released to their parents, while 18-year-old Yevan D. Gonzalez is being held in Cumberland County Jail on $10,000 bail.


Source: NJ.com

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