D'Angelo Walker, Shreveport Police Department

Four suspects have been identified in connection with the break-in of a local elementary school over the weekend.

On October 17, Shreveport Police patrol officers were called to Judson Elementary School just after 7:00 AM in response to a break-in. After officers arrived on scene, they discovered one of the school's buildings had been forcefully entered and items had been removed. After an inventory audit conducted by school officials, it was revealed nearly two dozen Apple iPads were among those items stolen.

A press release from the Shreveport Police tells us how they connected the suspects:

Shreveport Police Property Crimes detectives were notified of the incident and were able to view footage captured from the school's surveillance video system. During the investigation, authorities were able to determine there were at least four persons seen entering the campus during the burglary. In continuing efforts, the identity of three juveniles were learned. Further investigation revealed information leading to the identity of a fourth person involved in the burglary. D'Angelo Walker, 18, of the 600 block of Browning Street in Shreveport was found to be the fourth suspect in the crime that involved three juvenile girls below the age of 17, with one being as young as 7 years old. Police located and arrested Walker just after midnight Tuesday morning at his home. Following interviews with investigators, Walker was charged with one count of Simple Burglary, three counts of contributing to the delinquency of juveniles and one count of Simple Property Damage.

The arrests of the two juveniles above the age of 10 are forthcoming as the investigation continues.