Two men are behind bars after authorities say they broke into a Parker County high school and stole several items.[[366223701,C]]
According to the Parker County Sheriff's investigation, the men were caught on surveillance video breaking into a window of the agriculture building of Brock High School in Weatherford.
Officials say the break-in occurred sometime between last Sunday night and early Monday morning.
The pair were wearing military-style, tactical clothing, carrying backpacks and rifles with them.
Officials said items stolen include a laptop, an iMac desktop computer, a monitor, four Yeti rambler 20 ounce cups, two overhead projectors and 20 beef jerky sticks. The value of stolen items is approximately $8,000.
Law enforcement officials say the individuals have been identified as 20-year-old Sheldon Lee Mowery and 19-year-old Kyle Wilson Alexander.
The men were arrested and booked into the Parker County Jail late Thursday night after sheriff's deputies found them on a military base in San Antonio, where they were both stationed.
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Mowery and Alexander have each been charged with burglary of a building, which is a state felony.
Their bonds are set at $15,000 each.
The majority of the stolen property was also found on the base, officials said.