NEWSBREAK.COM, PUYALLUP, WA - Deputies recently arrested two teenagers suspected of vandalizing numerous structures, including Puyallup School District buildings and a newly built house, causing more than $700,000 in damages, Pierce County Sheriff's Department announced Wednesday. The teenagers, ages 15 and 17, were arrested Dec. 1 and are suspected of burning down an unoccupied house in South Hill valued at $624,636 and vandalizing five other houses, causing an additional $95,000 in damage. Deputies said the two also caused $4,675 in damages to two Puyallup schools and stole $1,300 worth of digital tablets. Investigators from the property crimes unit identified the teenagers through fingerprints left at several crime scenes, deputies said in a Facebook post. Deputies said they were arrested for investigation of arson, vandalism and theft.