Four teenage girls are have been arrested after setting an unoccupied Pennsylvania house on fire and posted the footage of the inferno on Snapchat.
The Police used the social media post to identify the teen suspects and later arrested them. They were between the ages of 12 to 14.
Upon their arrest and been interrogated by officers, they revealed that they started the fire because “they were bored.”
Speaking to reporters, Ferndale Police Chief John Blake said they allegedly used numerous aerosol sprays, including bug spray and Lysol to ignite the fire.
In the wake of the fire outbreak, a police officer and a firefighter suffered minor injuries.
Meanwhile, they are being charged with felony arson, causing catastrophe, trespassing and endangering another person.
They were released to their families while awaiting trial in Cambria County juvenile court.