Tulsa police say shoe prints and surveillance video helped crack the case of a break-in at McClure Elementary school. Tulsa officers were called to the school by TPS security.
When police got there they saw a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl leaving the school.
Police say they found a backpack belonging to the teens with shirts they say had been stolen from the mall and a tub of ice cream taken from the school cafeteria. Officers say shoe prints left in powder from a fire extinguisher they set off matched their shoes.
Both were arrested for second-degree burglary.