OGDEN -- Four teenagers have been arrested after police say they went on a BB-gun shooting spree over the weekend.
Detectives are examining at least 25 cases that may be linked to the four juveniles, who are between 13 and 15 years old, said Lt. Tony Fox.
Two of the teens are confirmed Trece gang members, Fox said.
The shooting spree began late Friday night. Fox said the teens drove throughout Ogden, shooting out vehicle windows and several business windows.
"It was across the whole city, from the west to south city borders," he said.
Fox said the guns had been stolen from a local business, and the car belonged to a family member of one of the teenagers.
"It was a breach of trust," Fox said. "They took a family member's vehicle."
Police arrested three of the teens early Sunday, around 2:30 a.m., Fox said. They were found in the stolen car in west Ogden, driving through the area looking for cars to shoot at.
The fourth suspect was arrested Monday morning.
The identities of the suspects can not be released because they are juveniles.
The four are facing 24 counts of vandalism and charges of causing a catastrophe.
Fox said the investigation is ongoing and more charges may be filed against the teens once more cases are investigated.
Anyone who thinks they may have been a victim of this vandalism can notify Weber County Dispatch at 801-629-8221 to file a police report.