CLAY CITY -- Clay County Sheriff's Department officials arrested two county men Sunday afternoon in connection to an alleged burglary.
According to a press release provided by CCSD, at approximately 11:02 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a Clay City residence in reference to a burglary in progress.
According to the release, an anonymous caller called officials saying she and her husband were arriving at the residence of a friend and noticed a familiar male subject exiting the residence.
The release said the female "realized the male did not belong at this residence."
The two arriving at the residence allegedly located a broken window and a male was seen fleeing into a wooded area.
Upon arrival, CCSD deputies and members of the Indiana State Police canvassed the area, speaking with neighbors to obtain a description of the male who was seen fleeing into the wooded area, a vehicle he entered and a description of the driver of the vehicle.
As a result, officials located both suspects at their respective homes and were then led to property which had been stolen from the residence.
Officials arrested Ryan Grafe, 20, and Michael Floyd, 19, both of Clay City, and booked them into the Clay County Justice Center.
Both were preliminary charged with burglary, a class B felony, theft, a class D felony, criminal trespass and criminal mischief, both class A misdemeanors.
According to the release, both were also charged with various narcotics related charges.