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Police 'catch 'em all': Pokemon GO players caught in school after midnight

Police caught two teenagers inside Austintown Fitch High School playing Pokemon just after midnight. (Source: WKBN) Police caught two teenagers inside Austintown Fitch High School playing Pokemon just after midnight. (Source: WKBN)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Pokemon Go may be getting people out and moving, but the players in one NE Ohio town are going where they may not be welcomed. 

Police caught two teenagers inside Austintown Fitch High School playing Pokemon just after midnight.

The duo was busted riding their BMX-style bikes in the hallways, after alarms started going off.

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According to the police report, the boys were recording their hunt on camera, unaware that surveillance video was recording them as well.

Police arrested the boys at a chapel about a block away -- near a 911 Memorial Park also a "Pokemon Go hotspot" -- where players go to collect virtual Pokemon.

Both were charged with breaking and entering and a curfew violation and taken to the Juvenile Justice Center.

Both boys admitted to police to being inside the school They said it was unlocked so they went in.

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