Trevor Doyle, 32, turned himself in to police on Aug. 18. ((Glenn Payette/ CBC))

The third man wanted in connection with a police investigation of with a string of thefts from construction sites in eastern Newfoundland has turned himself in.

Trevor Doyle, 32, showed up at the St. John's lockup Thursday night around 11 p.m. to surrender to authorities.

A warrant was issued for his arrest Thursday.

Police allege Doyle and Robert Dyer, 39, took materials from 15 different construction sites on the Avalon Peninsula.

The police believe they sold the goods to James Kelloway, 44.

Both Dyer and Kelloway appeared in court Thursday.

In total, the three men are facing more than 70 charges.