Four people were arrested after they allegedly broke into Canon City High School last week, Canon City police announced Wednesday.
Jacob Provost, 23, Jordan Jones, 20, Matthew Pendergrass, 19, and Aren Martin, 18, are accused of second-degree burglary, criminal mischief and theft, police said.
The burglary at the high school happened Oct. 18.
In a report by The Canon City Daily Record, CCHS Principal Brett Meuli said damage was found in the ceiling tiles, windows and doors of the school.
Some of the items stolen include a flat-screen TV, tools, computer parts and an iPod, said police spokesman Billy Ray said.
All four were booked into the Fremont County Detention Center and were held Wednesday on $2,500 bond, police said.
Jones was formally charged in district court Wednesday, the Daily Record reported.
No further information was available.