CARL JUNCTION, Mo. (AP) — Police say a Kansas man and two juveniles are in custody after break-ins at four Carl Junction schools this week. Chief Delmar Haase said the suspects are accused of breaking into the Carl Junction Intermediate School, the junior high, the high school and the primary 2-3 building early Tuesday. The Joplin Globe reports the suspects used key fobs and keys to enter the schools. Several hundred dollars in cash, merchandise and school property were taken. All the property has been recovered. A probable cause statement says the three suspects were identified through the schools’ camera surveillance footage. Nineteen-year-old Christian Tyler Conrad, of Galena, Kansas, has been charged with four counts of second-degree burglary. The juveniles were turned over to juvenile authorities.