Five teens were arrested Friday in connection to a , police said.
The teens, all Livermore residents, range from 16 to 17 years old, Steve Goard said.
Here is more information from a police press release:
Since Feb. 18th, the Livermore Police Department received numerous tips about the vandalism. After following up on the tips and conducting an extensive investigation, officers identified five suspects (all male juveniles). The suspects were linked to 21 cases of vandalism that occurred on Feb. 18.
According to statements made by the suspects, the vehicle used during the commission of the vandalism was a 2002 Subaru Forrester. The suspects stated they threw the rocks while the vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, damaging mailboxes, vehicles, and homes.
During interviews with the suspects, they were remorseful. At the time of the offense, they did not realize their actions could have caused injury to others.
The five suspects were arrested today for the 21 cases of vandalism and booked at Juvenile Hall in San Leandro.
The Livermore Police Department would like to thank the citizens of Livermore for their assistance in helping apprehend the suspects.