Two Southern California men have been arrested by Anderson Police after they were caught with a stolen vehicle, and items that were stolen from various stores at the factory outlets. Officers were called to the shopping center at about 5:20PM Wednesday night on a report of two men peering into vehicles and going into stores. While the two men were inside of the Fusion Pit, officers ran the plate of their SUV and determined it was stolen. When the two men returned to the vehicle they were detained, one had the keys to the SUV. Both were wearing stolen shoes from other stores. During a search of the vehicle, officers reportedly found a stolen generator, tools, and illegal narcotics, and an assortment of hoses and fuel canisters. Both 20-year-old Terry Lee Crosley and 26-year-old Neal Roose were arrested and booked into the Shasta County Jail. They are both already on probation for theft related crimes. The vehicle was returned to its rightful owner. The other items will be returned at a later date.