Authorities have arrested three Baton Rouge men accused of burglarizing nearly two dozen vehicles in Livingston Parish.

The Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office says the break-ins began in October in the Woodland Crossing subdivision in Walker.

"Twenty-three vehicle burglaries, along with one auto theft, have been tied to these three suspects," Sheriff Jason Ard said.

On Oct. 17, a vehicle was reportedly stolen from the neighborhood. With the help of the Baton Rouge Police Department, the sheriff's office says, the vehicle was recovered in Baton Rouge the following day. 

Detectives identified and arrested Tyelin Gray, 18, Termaine Nelson, 19, and Deshawn Stewart, 22, all of Baton Rouge.

All three were booked into the Livingston Parish Detention Center.

Items from the burglaries were recovered, officials said.