Fort Mill -- A fingerprint linked a Fort Mill teen to last week's burglary at the Anne Springs Close Greenway office, officials said Wednesday night.
Days after the burglary, authorities said a fingerprint found at the scene belonged to David Lee Ross III, 17, of 249 Sleepy Hollow Road, according to police reports.
Now, Ross faces multiple charges, including grand larceny, two counts of second degree burglary and two counts of conspiracy, according to multiple arrest warrants.
Ross was booked around 6 p.m. Wednesday at York County Detention Center.
Documents show that when questioned by police Ross allegedly admitted to breaking into the building with an 18-year-old male of the same address, reports show.
Charges are pending against the 18 year-old, police said.
The charges against the pair stem from an incident that happened in October 2008 and most recently Feb. 13 at 250 Dairy Barn Lane.
At some point between the evening hours of Oct. 27, 2008, and early the next morning, a teen allegedly forcibly entered the office owned by Leroy Springs and Company by prying open a window, subsequently triggering an alarm, an arrest warrant notes.
The document notes the teen, later identified as Ross, fled the scene.
But, according to police, Ross returned last week.
Ross is accused of entering the building at around 1:45 a.m. Feb. 13 and taking two Dell computers that were valued at nearly $2,000, according to another arrest warrant and a report from the Fort Mill Police Department.
At the scene, authorities discovered a footprint on a yellow chair and two hand prints in the dust on a window behind the chair, the report notes. The probe further revealed that entry was gained through an unlocked window, according to the report.
Days after the burglary, police said, a fingerprint left at the scene belonged to Ross. When questioned by police five days after the burglary, Ross allegedly admitted to breaking into the building with another teen.