Police found four juveniles in possession of two stolen Madill Public School vehicles Sunday night, who may be connected to vandalism at Madill High School earlier that evening, police said.  
Ardmore police received a call about a suspicious vehicle at 11:10 p.m. in the 500 block of 6th Avenue SE. On arrival officers found two 2016 Chevy Tahoes registered to MPS, with four juveniles inside, according to a police report.
The school and Madill Police Department did not know that the vehicles had been stolen when Ardmore officers first detained the juveniles, Donny Raley, Madill Police Department Community Relations Coordinator, said.
Raley said that they received a call from Ardmore Police asking if Madill police had received a report about two stolen vehicles. After investigating, Madill police found that the vehicles were in fact stolen from the school district’s bus barn lot.
Raley said the lock and gate on the lot had been broken to get the vehicles out, and that he believes the keys were inside the vehicles.
All of these events follow an investigation police were conducting earlier that evening. At 6:30 p.m. police responded to a call from the high school softball coach, who found that the concession stand and locker room at the school had been broken into. When officers arrived, they found the locker room covered in the powder from a discharged fire extinguisher, as well as Gatorade and soda sprayed all over the room.
The band room of the high school was also vandalized in the same fashion.
The investigation into these events is still ongoing. Police are trying to determine if the juveniles arrested in Ardmore, are the same ones who vandalized the school.
Raley said the extent of the damage to the school is still being assessed, and police are unsure what damage may have been done to the vehicles.
The juveniles all resided in Ardmore and Madill and are between the ages of 15-years-old and 17-years-old, Raley said.
If convicted the juveniles could face felony charges of possession of stolen property. If the juveniles are tied to the vandalism of the school, they could also face felony charges of burglary, two counts of stolen vehicles, and destruction of property.