TROY, Ala (WDHN) —Three Troy residents were arrested after Troy University and City Police say they broke into multiple vehicles over a two-day span.

According to Troy University Police Department Chief George Beaudry, around 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 7, officers responded to Fraternity Row regarding a vehicle that had been burglarized.

Using the on-campus cameras and license plate reader technology, officers were able to identify a suspect vehicle.

Along with the City of Troy Police Department, two search warrants were obtained and executed for residences in the city, according to TUPD.

After the investigation, Troy residents Mason Calvin Faircloth, 18, Raelynn Danielle Hornsby, 18, and Domonick Jo’von Pennington, 20, were arrested and charged with breaking and entering a motor vehicle and theft of property second-degree.

They were booked into the Pike County Jail and each has a set bond of $11,000, according to Jail records.

Chief Beaudry also says that evidence shows multiple vehicles were broken into both on and off of the university campus between 10:00 p.m. Monday, February 6, and 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, February 7.

Police are asking that anyone who believes their vehicle was broken into Monday night through Tuesday morning contact Sgt. Allen Reeves at 334-372-8136.