The final two suspects charged in connection with two home burglaries to the same home over the Memorial Day weekend have been arrested.
Tanner Pray, 16, and Christopher Hill, 17, were arrested Friday.
All 11 suspects connected to the burglary and armed burglary of the Fleming Island home have now been charged and all will face juvenile court hearings Wednesday at the Clay County Courthouse, according to the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
Previously arrested were Brandyn Demankowski, John Biscardi, Samuel Greer, Ronald Turner, Stanlova Sainvilus, John McDaniel III, Brandon Lyons, Beau Yarbrough and Natavius Williams.
Deputies said the burglaries netted $5,100 in cash and valuables.
According to the Sheriff's Office, detectives believe the group knew a friend and football teammate's family would be out of town for the Memorial Day holiday and targeted the home for the burglary.
Investigators said some of the students went to the home twice, while others went once, breaking in and stealing thousands of dollars of property. There were three guns stolen, which is why the majority of the students are charged with armed burglary instead of just burglary, detectives said.
One of the guns, a .22 caliber antique rifle, is still missing. The other two stolen guns, a 30-06 rifle and a 12-gauge shotgun, were recovered.
Detectives said the students also stole two guitars, a computer, a PlayStation, a TV, jewelry, a refrigerator and gas cards.
Deputies said as of Friday, no additional stolen items from this case have been located or turned in.
Some of the students were being held in the Duval Regional Juvenile Detention Center. Others have been released on bail.
Anyone with information about the gun that hasn't yet been recovered is asked to call the Clay County Sheriff's Office at 904-264-6512.