BOZEMAN, Mont. -

"We're pretty confident that we have the three suspects in custody," says Sheriff Brian Gootkin.

Jonathan R. Lopez, Alexander Cantu, Jacob Toledo- each charged with felony criminal mischief for allegedly shooting well over a hundred vehicle and business windows with a pellet gun, racking up tens of thousands of dollars worth of damage.

"We wanted to try to prevent any further damage," Gootkin tells us.

So, they stepped up patrols with the Belgrade Police Department and worked with Belgrade detectives to investigate leads and eventually identify three suspects.

"I hope it's the real guys that did it."

Mary Elliot arrived at work to find a note from police saying her business had been vandalized.

"It was just frustrating to know that people can be so careless of other people's properties and belongings," says Elliot.

Elliot showed me the estimate from a local glass repair company. It totaled over $800 for two windows.

The small hole may seem easy enough to repair but this is special glass. It can't be filled like a knick in your windshield. Instead, the entire pane must be replaced.

"It's just kind of bad for business. You worry if it makes it easier for people to come in," says Elliot.

She says she hopes justice is served and those responsible pay for what they did.

"I don't understand what fun they got out of that. People work so hard for everything that they have to even just stay afloat, especially in the economy that is is today so, I just hope that they feel sorry and they work their butts off to make things right," explains Elliot.

Until then she says, whether insurance pays or not, the damage is going to cost them.

Sheriff Brian Gootkin encourages anyone who has not yet reported damage to contact local law enforcement immediately.

For those in the River Rock area, contact Gallatin County Sheriff's Department at 582-2121. Those in Belgrade city limits should contact Belgrade Police at 388-4262.