Three people have been arrested in a vehicle burglary ring in Sedona and Flagstaff. Coconino County Sheriff’s officials say the investigation started back on November 20th when there were three separate vehicle burglaries reported in the Timberline neighborhood, north of Flagstaff. Several firearms and credit cards were taken. The stolen cards were used at local Flagstaff businesses. Then at around 3:30 a.m. Thursday morning, there was a reported burglary at Thai Palace in uptown Sedona. Three suspects were seen running from the scene leaving a vehicle behind. Information collected at the scene identified the suspects as 18-year-olds Kaiden Cox, Jonathan Hernandez and Hipolito Molina, who were suspects in the Timberline burglaries. Then Thursday afternoon at around 3:30 p.m., detectives arrested the three at their homes. Stolen property was found at the suspects’ homes, which included four firearms, two stolen vehicles and electronic equipment. All three were booked on charges connected to the burglaries. Cox was also booked on a drug possession charge. All three are being held at the Coconino County Jail on $25-thousand dollars each.