BATH — Bath police Wednesday announced the arrests of three teenagers in connection with a destructive three-week spree.

Lt. Robert Savary said the crimes, which included vandalism, graffiti and theft, occurred March 2-24. Police estimate the trio caused more than $2,000 worth of property damage.

Savary said the suspects smashed windows of parked cars, spray-painted graffiti on city-owned recreation buildings and properties, stole personal property from vehicles and burglarized a vacant house.

Arrested on Tuesday were: 18-year-old Robert Bruce of New Meadows Road in West Bath, and 19-year-old Zachary Carey and 18-year-old Amelia Trafton, both of Middle Street in Bath.

Bruce was charged with burglary and aggravated criminal mischief and released on $5,000 bail.

Carey and Trafton were each charged with aggravated criminal mischief. Carey had not yet posted $5,000 bail Wednesday afternoon, and Trafton was released on $2,500 bail. Bruce and Trafton are scheduled to appear in West Bath District Court on June 10. Carey’s court date isn’t yet known.

“Crime sprees like this are not easy to solve. All the officers and detectives involved did a great job. They put a lot of time and energy into this case which I’m sure prevented further damaged property in our community,” Savary said in a statement.

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