Police have identified and arrested three suspects connected to a string of at least 127 burglaries in the Colorado Springs area this year.
Police said the burglary pattern began in March. The suspects would enter businesses and steal cash from cash drawers and safes.
The first suspect, 24-year-old Rayvaughn Milne, was arrested on a warrant in May. The burglaries continued after his arrest.
In late July, officers identified the second suspect, 26-year-old Devin Scott. The officers used analytical tools to predict the time and location of the next burglary, then established surveillance on Scott.
Around 3:30 a.m. Thursday, officers saw Scott break the front window of the Buffalo Wild Wings on North Academy Boulevard and go inside. When he was unable to get to the safe, he left through the back door and returned to his car, where officers arrested him.
The third suspect, a 17-year-old, is in custody on unrelated charges.
Police said their investigation is ongoing, and more arrests may be coming.