BIDDEFORD — Police have charged two Biddeford teens with burglary after they allegedly broke into Biddeford High School and did an estimated $4,000 in damage.

Deputy Chief JoAnne Fisk said it’s likely that Domenick Colantonio, 19, and a 14-year-old male accomplice will be charged with criminal mischief as well.

Biddeford High School staff reported the burglary to police early Monday morning after they found a photocopier destroyed and soft drinks sprayed around the main office, books and papers strewn about classrooms, student lockers opened and contents dumped, and two cash registers and a microwave in the cafeteria damaged.

Fisk said there was no indication anything had been, and it appears the two suspects entered through an unlocked door.

Police turned their attention to Colantonio and the 14-year-old based on information that other students gave guidance personnel during the school day. The two were later arrested at a Pike Street apartment in Biddeford.

Colantonio was charged and released on bail and the juvenile was transported to Long Creek Detention center in South Portland.

While officials were attempting to arrest Colantonio and the 14-year-old, Colantonio’s mother Stacey Lancaster, 41, interfered by assaulting officers, according to Fisk. Lancaster was arrested for obstructing governmental administration and assault, Fisk said. She was later released on bail.