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A group of five juveniles faces some serious charges after a series of burglaries as businesses around Richmond.
Police say the boys broke into T. Bombadil's on May 27th and again on July 14th. The first time, they took bottles of liquor from the scene. During the second burglary, they got away with a computer.
On July 16th, police arrested a 16-year-old and 13-year-old in connection with the July burglary. Police say the 13-year-old suspect was also involved in the May burglary, along with three other boys.
Tow of those boys, a 12-year-old and another 13-year-old, were brought in for questioning. All four boys now face a charge of 3rd Degree Burglary.
Police say the same boys are responsible for several break-ins at Tri County Fertilizer on Elm Street back in June. Police say during those burglaries, the young suspects did $48,000 in damage.
The same four males were charged for 3rd Degree Burglary and 1st Degree Criminal Mischief in connection with the crimes at Tri-County Fertilizer.
Three of the boys were taken to the Fayette County Juvenile Detention Center while the fourth was released to his parents.
Police are still looking for a fifth teenage suspect.