1 Aaryn C. appeals the amount of the restitution order in regard to his theft from an apartment complex. In particular, he argues that the petition alleged the taking of two fire extinguishers and he admitted to that. But, after a restitution hearing, the juvenile court ordered him to pay for three. His argument is simply that he cannot be ordered to pay restitution for a crime for which he was never charged or adjudicated delinquent. This court disagrees. Aaryn was charged with theft of items under $2500. He admitted to the theft and that he took items under $2500. Whether it was two fire extinguishers or three, it was still under $2500 and he did admit to theft of movable property under $2500. The actual amount of damages due to that theft under $2500 was the issue to be decided at the restitution hearing. Aaryn was represented at that hearing and had the full resources of our justice system to cross-examine and test the credibility of the complaining victim. The juvenile court found that three fire extinguishers were taken. This loss is causally connected to the offense for which he was adjudicated delinquent and bears a significant relationship to the offense. This court affirms.