Two teenagers who allegedly stole juice and sweatshirts from on Sunday night were identified on a security tape by a police officer who recognized them, Lower Merion police told news media on Monday afternoon.
Sweatshirts, juice, water bottles and an Under Armour backpack were stolen from The Haverford School around 7 p.m. Sunday night, police said.
Police said the school security guard spotted two teenagers in the school parking lot and tried to follow them, but eventually lost sight of them.
A review of the security tape showed that the two teens entered the school through an open window, and took sweatshirts, juice, water bottles and an Under Armour backpack, according to police.
A police officer who reviewed the security tape was able to identify the two teenagers due to prior contact with them. Police expect to file juvenile petitions against both of the teens in connection with the burglary, police said.