Three suspects were arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of burglary and conspiracy, authorities said.
At 1:55 p.m., Hesperia Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to a report of suspicious activity in the 8000 block of Seventh Avenue in Hesperia.
According to authorities, the reporting party observed two male suspects wandering close to a neighbor’s home and gave deputies descriptions of the suspicious persons and their attire.
When deputies arrived, they found that one suspect had entered the home and the other appeared to be serving as a lookout. Both fled. Deputies checked the residence and found the owners were not there, but the suspects had ransacked a room before fleeing, authorities said.
Additional deputies responding to the location observed two men walking near Fifth Avenue and Palm Street in Hesperia matching the description given by the reporting party.
Deputies made contact with the two suspects, later identified as Kyahn Lundy, 19, of Bellflower, and Tyler Walker, 19, of Hesperia, and recovered a PlayStation portable game console stolen from the residence, authorities said.
Deputies also stopped a vehicle in the area that was driven by Sharnai Conliffe, 19, of Watts, who was reportedly waiting in the area to pick up Lundy and Walker from the burglary, according to authorities.
All three suspects were arrested and booked at the High Desert Detention Center on charges of residential burglary and conspiracy to commit a crime.
"Hesperia Station would like to thank the citizen that called in the suspicious activity and gave great detailed descriptions that ultimately led to the suspects’ arrest," authorities said. "Citizens are our greatest resources. You know when something looks out of place in your neighborhood and with your help we can work together to keep your neighborhoods safe."