The Natrona County Sheriff's Office says it has made progress in its investigation into finding who is responsible for a number of cabin break-ins on Casper Mountain last summer.

A Department spokesperson says six suspects, ranging from 17-to-20 years old have been identified and are cooperating with the investigation.

About 10 burglaries, one arson and about $50,000 worth of property damage were committed on several cabins on the mountain, from August through September 2012.

Most of the stolen property has been recovered and investigators say there is no connection between these incidents and the Sheep Herder Hill fire that happened a short time later.

The department spokesperson says charges are pending as the information is being turned over to the Natrona County District Attorney's office next week.