Police say they have found the three individuals who vandalized a Montgomery County high school football stadium this summer.
Police say 19-year-old Jordan Temple of Stowe and two teenaged males, 16 and 17 years old, committed several acts of vandalism at Pottsgrove High School during July and August. The juveniles are students at the school.
On Aug. 15, Lower Pottsgrove Twp. police and fire responded to find a pile of wooden pallets on fire near the football stadium.
Investigators found the suspects forced their way into the stadium and into a utility shed on the property. They scattered items from the shed onto the lawn and sprayed ketchup onto several items.
Police recovered several of the ketchup bottles and traced them back to a local store where the items were sold just before the incident.
Police used the store's surveillance cameras to identify Temple and the two juveniles.
The three were also connected to other incidents of vandalism at the school which occurred between July 10 and August 15.
Temple faces charges of institutional vandalism (felony) and criminal trespass.
The juveniles are being charged with institutional vandalism (felony, criminal trespass and dangerous burning.
Police said the damage totalled $20,000.