PERRY — Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the April 29 break-in at Perry High School, 1307 North Ave., a Perry police detective said.
William Zachary Tibbs, 19, of Perry, and a 15-year-old boy also from Perry were each charged with burglary, said Perry police Capt. Heath Dykes.
The teenagers are accused of breaking into a classroom at the high school about 4 a.m. and stealing a micro fridge, microwave and electrical equipment.Police got a tip about where the stolen items might be and searched two Perry homes Tuesday afternoon, Dykes said.
The stolen items were recovered at the two homes, Dykes said.
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Tibbs was being held Wednesday at the Houston County jail, while the boy was released to the custody of his parents, Dykes said.