Finding the three young men accused of robbing a Kenmore couple at gunpoint Friday night was apparently simple work for police.

Neighbors identified the house the suspects lived in and one of them by first name on a 9-1-1 call even before officers arrived, according to an audio recording released Tuesday by police.

Police soon after went to the home and arrested the three, putting each in a separate police vehicle as they continued their investigation in the neighborhood.

The Summit County Medical Examiner determined one of the suspects — 17-year-old Xavier McMullen — then shot himself in the head with a gun he apparently had on him when officers put him into the backseat of the vehicle.

McMullen’s hands were cuffed behind his back at the time, police said.

The medical examiner’s office has ruled McMullen’s death a suicide.

Akron police, the department’s internal affairs unit and the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation continue to investigate what happened, including whether police patted down McMullen before putting him into the vehicle.

The two others arrested with McMullen — Anthony Criss and Matthew Allen, both 18, of Akron — were charged with aggravated robbery in the holdup. One of the suspects identified on the 9-1-1 tape was named “Matthew,” the recording shows.

On the tape, a male caller tells a dispatcher that three young men with a single gun approached them in a vehicle and pulled his girlfriend outside and tried to steal her work belt and rip off her pants.

The man, out of breath, told the dispatcher he chased the men — whom he didn’t recognize — but lost them on Kenmore Boulevard.