BILLINGS — After a 32-0 win over Three Forks on Friday night, the Columbus High School football team came to a devastating realization: keys, cell phones, wallets, and two cars were stolen around 9:00 p.m.
The vehicles, a BMW and an Audi, were stolen from team members.
In addition to the cars, the stolen items include 32 phones, 17 wallets, 30 sets of keys, and backpacks.
Columbus police said that two people were seen driving the Audi in Park City, making a stop at the Zip Trip, where a stolen credit card was used to make a purchase.
The vehicle was found by police in Forsyth in Rosebud County on Saturday afternoon after it crashed.
The two suspects left the scene but were quickly apprehended.
Both are in jail; their names have not yet been released.
As of late Saturday afternoon, Columbus police were on their way to Forsyth to search the car, hoping to retrieve some of the stolen items.
Columbus police are still searching for the black BMW.
We will update you as we get more information.
UPDATE: Dalton Hilliard and Grant Russell have been identified as the suspects.