SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Police say four minors have been detained after a break-in at an elementary school over the weekend.

The Sacramento Police Department says officers responded to Bell Avenue School a little after 5 p.m. Sunday after an alarm at the campus went off.

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As officers soon discovered, a library at the school had been broken into. Several thousand dollars worth of electronics had been stolen, police say.

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Officers searched the campus and spotted a group of teens. The teens tried to run, police say, but all were soon caught.

One of the teens, 13-year-old, was arrested and is now facing burglary charges. Police say the other three teens, who range in age from 13-14, are not under arrest at this point but could be later as the investigation continues.

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All of the stolen property has been recovered, police say. Thanks to quick work by the maintenance department, there were no disruptions at the school.