http://www.kristv.com/Global/story.asp?S=11410146&nav=menu192_2 CORPUS CHRISTI - A Corpus Christi man who took his kids to school Thursday morning returned home to find a burglary in progress. The man said he swung back by his house to pick something up. When he walked into his bedroom, he found it had been ransacked and he also found a burglar hiding in the bathroom. The family that lives there was surprised to find their house become a target because they felt they were safe with the tall fence they have around the house and guard dogs, but that clearly wasn't enough. Lissette Amador wasn't at home at the time, it was her husband who found one of the teen suspects around 9 a.m. Thursday morning. "He said that when he was coming in he had seen our room, that things were tossed around, so when he went into the restroom, he saw a guy was standing in there hiding," Amador said. Amador's husband ordered the juvenile to stay put while he called police. When officers arrived they began looking to see what things the suspect could have tried to steal, but instead, found another suspect instead. "Officers checked the house and found a second subject hiding in the bedroom, so we have two arrests and both of them are juveniles," CCPD Lt. G. Ermis said. Both juveniles were taken into custody. Nothing was stolen and only two empty duffle bags were found that belonged to the suspects. Amador's husband told his wife he probably walked in on the would-be burglars just as they were about to load up their bags. "We're at work and we expect to find our house the way it is when we come back. It concerns me, I don't know if it's something that will stop now that they got caught," Amador said. Amador said they're now thinking about getting an alarm system. In addition, the family had a 25-year-old nephew that was staying with them. He had worked a late shift, so he was asleep when the two juveniles broke in. Apparently, he slept through the whole thing.