BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- Police think they have found the people responsible for the Bethesda Country Club burglary from August.
According to Montgomery County Police, three 17-year-old boys have been arrested after anonymous tips lead to their identification. You may remember that police released surveillance video and photographs of the suspect.
The boys are now charged with second degree burglary, vandalism, and theft over $1000 for the incident at 7601 Bradley Boulevard, say police. They were released to the custody of their parents and guardians.
Police believe the three boys forced entry into the club pro shop, stole items there and then force their way into other buildings on the property. Police say the suspects then stole food, beverages, athletic equipment, and merchandise. The suspects also broke into a garage and removed a golf cart, which they drove through a wooden gate, say police. The cart was left abandoned on the golf course.