Police in Chevy Chase Village say they used a shoe print to help quickly arrest two suspects in a burglary on Friday afternoon. Police responded to an alarm call at 12:15 p.m. Friday at a house on the 5500 block of Western Avenue. Officers immediately saw the back door was kicked in and called for help from patrol officers and a K9 unit from Montgomery County Police. Chevy Chase Police said detectives happened to be in the area thanks to an ongoing burglary problem. Plain clothes detectives spotted two teenagers on Western Avenue “who appeared to be acting suspiciously,” according to a press release. Detectives stopped the teens as a Village officer photographed a shoe print left on the kicked-in door. Officers compared the photo with the sole of the shoes worn by one of the two suspects and found “an obvious match.” The teen wearing the shoes admitted to the burglary and police arrested the pair. Police said one of the suspects was a 19-year-old man and the other was a 15-year-old man. Both are from D.C. Police said the investigation is continuing.