The third suspect in a break-in at a La Quinta T-Mobile store -- they got in by breaking through an adjacent wall -- was behind bars Saturday, authorities said.
Felix Noe Gonzales, 27, of Los Angeles, was arrested in Huntington Park Friday.
He joins his alleged cohorts -- Erick Ademir Carias and Michael Anthony Mixon -- in the county jail system following an investigation into Thursday morning's burglary at 79-485 Highway 111.
Authorities believe the burglary was linked to a series of such heists in California and Arizona.
Deputies arriving at the store after the 2:15 a.m. call spotted a van leaving the scene, Riverside County sheriff's Sgt. Steve DaSilva said in a written news release.
Carias was caught outside, in the van, ostensibly the getaway driver.
Investigators determined there had been two other men in the store -- having come in through an adjacent business -- but they were gone when law enforcement arrived, the sergeant said.
Detectives from the Thermal station working the case with the La Quinta Special Enforcement Team and investigators assigned to the Jurupa Valley Station were led to Mixon, the sergeant said.
Mixon was arrested in Eastvale, the sergeant said.