Perinton, N.Y. - The Girl Scouts call this vandalism "emotional and upsetting."
While they don't believe the Piperwoods Camp in Perinton was targeted, they say the vandals did a lot of damage, allegedly using a brick to break windows, kicking in doors and discharging a fire extinguisher in several buildings.
Gasoline and diesel fuel were also ignited in the driveway of a house in the camp and a fire was started.
Three teens are charged with arson, burglary, criminal mischief and grand larceny.
They are identified as Vincent Brien and Michael Duell, who are both seniors at Fairport High School and 18.
The other man arrested is 19-year-old Justin Gibson, who attends Monroe Community College
Monroe County Sheriff's Deputies arrested the trio after the suspects allegedly returned to camp to get their car which had broken down.
A Girl Scout Leader discovered the damage Monday night when she arrived at the camp to set up for an event. She also spotted the suspects joyriding through camp on a stolen utility vehicle, taken from a locked storage shed.
She called 911.
The Girl Scouts also confirm the same suspects allegedly broke into camp last Friday night and camped out in one of the buildings.
The Girl Scouts of Western New York released this statement late Tuesday morning:
"As a youth, leadership development organization we are saddened by the vandalism that took place yesterday at Camp Piperwood in Perinton. We are still assessing damages to the property and are working swiftly to ensure we are open this week for troop events and community rentals. We expect no interruption in our camping programming for our girls, volunteers and families."
The camp will host an event Wednesday night and a camp-out for girls this weekend. Fifteen hundred girls attend the camp each year.
It opened in 1978.