LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Louisville police say five teens broke into a locker room during a high school football game and stole cellphones, money and other items.
Officer Carey Klain told The Courier-Journal the teens went into the Manual High school locker room during a game at Eastern High school and took the items from about 20 people.
Police found out about the theft during the football game and saw the juveniles leaving the area.
Klain says six cell phones, one iPad, and four sets of earphones were recovered.
The five - between the ages of 14 and 17 - are charged with burglary.
Because of their ages, the names were not released.
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