Klamath Falls, Ore. -- Deputies in Klamath Falls have cracked a case involving commercial burglaries at over two dozen locations...and the Sheriff believes the arrests may have helped to prevent a school shooting.
Deputy Alan Nealy says one adult, and three juveniles are behind bars in connection with all the stolen property...
"We're currently investigating 26 commercial burglaries that happened within the last couple weeks."
Deputy Nealy adds that the suspected stolen property includes guns and knives...
"There's about 8 firearms here, and swords. These firearms are still unaccounted for, which is a big concern for us."
Sheriff Frank Skrah says the unaccounted weapons are a big concern for him as well...
"We do not want a Columbine, or a Sandy Hook - or anything like that in Klamath County."
The Sheriff's Office says none of the suspects have made any immediate threats of violence.
They aren't releasing any of the suspect's names - even the adult - as more arrests are expected.
Deputy Nealy notes that surveillance footage helped school resource officers identify a young suspect...who helped to identify others.
"We've been able to get the three you that are in custody to confess to everything."