UPDATE: Two Of Three Suspected Golf Cart Thieves Caught

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 6/05/2012 8:01 pm
University of Kentucky Police said two juveniles have been arrested in connection to the theft of 11 golf carts.

Officials said the stolen carts were found Tuesday morning near South Patterson Street and around South Broadway. 

Investigators said there was an estimated $15,000 worth of damage done to some of the carts. 

The names of suspects won't be released because they're juveniles.

Police said they're still looking for a third suspect. 

Investigators said the carts were taken sometime Monday evening from the Peterson Service Building where they're housed.

The school said a bay door was left either open or unlocked.

Officials said surveillance video showed three juveniles driving off with the golf carts.

According to the school, the carts are mainly used by the grounds department.

U.K. Police are reassessing the security situation around the buildings.
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