Two teenagers have been arrested for the thefts of thousands of dollars in electronics from a local school.

Several Apple iPads were stolen in late January at Oak Park Elementary. It was one of two thefts that occurred at the school, and led to a loss in excess of $30,000 in electronics. A previous theft of computers happened in December 2013. Shreveport Police Property Crimes Detectives began an investigation, and even offered an amnesty period in efforts to recover the stolen merchandise.

During that amnesty period, two iPads stolen during the burglary were recovered from sources with no apparent link to the thefts. Investigators ultimately linked 18-year-old Zacaria Williams and 19-year-old Cadarrion Robinson of Shreveport to the thefts. Williams faces charges of illegal possession of stolen things. Robinson is charged with two counts of simple burglary.

Detectives expect more arrests to be made as their investigation continues.