Michael Jagerson also faces charges from a string of residential burglaries earlier in December.

OQUAWKA, Ill. — Two Burlington men have been arrested on warrants charging them with burglarizing several cabins New Year's Eve on the Mississippi River in Henderson County.

Micheal V. Jagerson, Jr., 23, and Kaleb A. Shannan, 18, both of Burlington, are charged with burglarizing the "Get Away" cabins in rural Gladstone, Illinois, said Sheriff Steven Haynes.

Law enforcement officers are continuing to search for a third person in connection with the break-ins in Henderson County, Haynes said Friday. His name will not be released until he is arrested on the felony warrants.

"The men broke into 20 different cabins and stole thousands of dollars worth of electronic equipment and guns," he said. "Jagerson and Shannan are currently being held in the Des Moines County jail."

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Security camera footage posted Jan 1. to Facebook and viewed more than 160,000 times shows two men coming onto the property, breaking in and exiting with a large, flat-panel TV.

Specific details of the investigation and subsequent charges being filed against Jagerson and Shannan in Henderson County were not released Friday.

All three suspects are charged with burglary, a class two felony, which carries three-to-seven years in prison and up to a $25,000 fine, said Det. Matt Link, an investigator with the Henderson County Sheriff's Office.

"More charges may be pending per the investigation," Link said. "Their bonds are currently set at $50,000.00 each."

Earlier this week, Jagerson and a second man, Patrick Sanders, 26, also of Burlington, were arrested in Burlington in connection with a series of residential break-ins last month on O’Connell Beach Road north of Burlington in Des Moines County.

They are facing five counts of third-degree burglary, a class D felony, in connection with those break-ins. They face up to 25 years in prison if convicted of the charges. Their bonds were set at $25,000 cash-only in connection with the Des Moines County charges.

Sheriff's investigators also are searching for a third man wanted in connection with break-ins on O'Connell Beach Road. His name will not be released until he is arrested on the felony warrant.

Investigators from the Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office used fingerprints and shoe prints to tie the three men to a series of residential burglaries Dec. 6 on O'Connell Beach Road in which weapons, televisions, computers, video games and tools were among items taken from at least five homes.

In one burglary, 11 firearms were stolen, including several shotguns, rifles and handguns.

The dollar amount of the stolen property was not released. However, authorities said it appeared to be several thousands of dollars.

In most instances, the thieves either opened unlocked windows or broke out locked windows to gain entry into the residences.

All three men have prior felony convictions, court records state.

The investigations on both sides of the Mississippi River are ongoing and additional arrest warrants could be issued, officials said.