Aiken Public Safety is crediting community involvement and "good old-fashioned police work" with the arrest of three Aiken men on allegations they broke into a Crosland Park home earlier this week and stole electronics valued at more than $1,000. Frank Frazier Jr., 17, of George Street, Dantavius Huston Isles, 17, of York Street, and Sirus Mondae Robinson, 18, of Vincent Avenue, are each charged with second-degree burglary. Investigators say the three men broke into a Wyman Street home Monday while the resident was away. The suspects kicked in her back door, damaging it and the lock, and reportedly stole a number of gaming systems and games, officials explained. Sgt. Jake Mahoney, a spokesperson for Aiken Public Safety, said the victim, after the break-in and burglary, went to a local game store where she asked if anyone had tried to sell the games stolen from her home. The game store employee confirmed that two men had been in the store with those games. The victim called Public Safety, and investigators pulled the surveillance video. "The suspects were two of three men stopped by detectives on two consecutive days before," Mahoney said. Those detectives had already identified them as the men when they asked them why they were milling around the neighborhood. Police say they linked all three to the break-in and recovered the stolen goods. "The involvement of the victim and the game store people was a significant factor in helping us - that and good old-fashioned police work," Mahoney said. Contact Karen Daily at kdaily@aikenstandard.com.