Seven fires in two days sparked an investigation in Claremore and as of Tuesday morning the juveniles involved have been identified.
Four fires started overnight Sunday and into Monday morning sparked an investigation by Claremore Police Department.
With three more fires overnight Monday into Tuesday, the count climbed to seven.
By Tuesday morning, however, CPD Investigator Chuck Goad said they had identified four juveniles involved.
"One of the fires was at the high school softball field. We were able to get video from the school and identify the type of vehicle used by the juveniles," Goad said. "At a fire Monday night, officers saw a vehicle matching that description driving in the area."
Officers stopped the vehicle and from talking to the two juveniles learned the names of those involved.
"As of now three have been interviewed. Two were taken into custody and placed into a juvenile detention center. One went home with a parent and another is out of town so we have not yet been in contact with them," Goad said.
Goad said during interviews the juveniles referenced a dumpster fire in Catoosa but he had not yet confirmed details.
The first in the series of fires was in an empty building on Medical Parkway where officers arrived on scene to find a broken window and a fire inside the building.
One of the fires was in a trash barrel at Claremore High School softball field and another in a dumpster next to Westwood Pentecostal Church. Another of the fires was in a portable restroom at Claremore Lake.
Goad said, "Luckily all of the fires were minor and no one was injured."