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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio -- Three high schoolers were arrested Thursday night for allegedly stealing 19 Apple iPads from Springfield High School over the weekend.

Officers learned about the theft of the iPads, totaling $7,581 in value, Sunday. Police say the building was also vandalized in the burglary.

Detectives, working with the school's IT department, discovered the iPads were being sold to unsuspecting buyers, police said.

In a sting operation Thursday night, detectives bought two of the stolen iPads, leading to the arrest of three juvenile suspects. No information about their identities has been released.

The three are charged with felony burglary, theft and vandalism and were booked in the Summit County Juvenile Detention Center. They are currently waiting for court hearings.

All 19 iPads were recovered during the investigation.