A juvenile was charged in six burglaries that took place in the span of nine days in Bethesda, Md., police said.
On May 9, police responded to a burglary in the 5000 block of Koeokuk Street and found one of the items stolen to be an Apple iPad, which police were able to track.
Police arrested the 14-year-old suspect without incident. During questioning, the teenager admitted to committing five other burglaries in the area that took place between May 1 and May 9. Entry usually was gained through a basement window.
It was determined the bicycle he was riding when he was arrested was also stolen, authorities said.
On May 10, the juvenile attempted a sixth burglary.
Police charged him with six burglaries and bicycle theft.