A band of thieves in New York City were caught on security camera smashing in the window of a jewelry store and snatching $100,000 worth of jewelry. 

Not soon after the smash-and-grab, four suspects were arrested for the crime. Per New York Post: 

"Two men were quickly arrested and a third picked up hiding in the woods near the Saw Mill River Parkway, Yonkers police said. The fourth suspect was identified but is still at large, according to cops. Nyken Alston, 21, Alfred Long, 35, were charged with felony robbery, grand larceny and burglary and were scheduled to be arraigned on Friday. Alston gave cops a fake name in an apparent effort to hide that he had a bench warrant out of New York City for an attempted murder charge in 2019, police said."

“Let it be a clear, direct message to any and all criminals who think they can undermine our city — we will find you and ensure you are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law so not to terrorize our residents and businesses,” said Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano. 

Source: nypost.com