Late Saturday night an 18-year-old resident of Myrtle Avenue said he'd just gotten wind of a party taking place at his home while he and his family were on vacation, police said.
The teenager told officers that a friend had informed him there was a large party going on at his residence involving alcohol. Police responded at 10:47 p.m., locating a Chevy Tahoe in the driveway of the home with two teens inside and two in the driveway.
Officers approached the two teens outside of the vehicle who said they'd cleared out the house and nobody was inside.
Police found evidence of a large party, including beer cans and other bottles of alcohol both on the back patio and inside the house. The teenagers in the driveway provided the names of suspects, however police have not yet questioned the youths they believe may have been involved.
There was no evidence of a forcible break-in and nothing appeared to have been damaged.
"We have no idea why the kids chose to hold the party in this particular home other than that the family was not home," said Sgt. Martin Coster, who was on scene. Police also don't know whether the teenagers brought the alcohol into the home or whether it was already there.
The case is still being investigated as a possible burglary. No arrests have been made.