DEFOREST, Wis. -

Three juveniles admitted to being responsible for the burglaries of a DeForest restaurant and two Windsor businesses, according to a release from the DeForest Police Department.

DeForest police responded to reports of a burglary on the morning of Aug. 30 at the DeForest Family Restaurant at 505 W. North St., officials said.

Officers said three people forced entry into the business by breaking through the ceiling.

There was several hundred dollars’ worth of damage done to the business and some money was stolen during the burglary, according to the release. The burglars fled on foot and were not found.

During an investigation, police received several tips that led them to three juvenile suspects, officials said. The suspects were interviewed and ultimately admitted to being involved in the restaurant burglary.

The suspects also admitted to DeForest investigators that they burglarized Windsor Breads on two separate occasions and AKA Auto, both in Windsor, according to the release.

The juveniles face tentative charges of party to the crime of burglary, party to the crime of criminal damage to property, party to the crime of criminal trespass and party to the crime of theft.