Federal authorities have captured the final two suspects linked to a brazen heist at a Manhattan Cartier store in 2014, a law enforcement source tell NBC 4 New York.
Courtney Hardin and Jamal Dehoyos were both apprehended by authorities over the last two weeks, more than two years after five men burst into the high-end jeweler on Fifth Avenue and stole $700,000 worth of watches.
Hardin was captured Wednesday morning in an apartment building in Brooklyn, the source says. When U.S. Marshals and NYPD officers went to make an arrest, they found Hardin hiding under a bed. Dehoyos was captured two weeks ago.
A third suspect in the heist, Ralik Hansen, accidentally shot himself in his Brooklyn home when he thought he was about to be arrested for his role in the Jan. 29, 2014, heist.
Two other suspects were busted wearing Cartier watches that had been stolen just a day after the robbery. They were also accused of being part of a violent interstate robbery crew that hit the Borgota Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, a jewelry store in Richmond, Virginia, and another store in Cranford, New Jersey.
A stun gun was used on a store worker in at least one of the holdups.
It's not clear if Hardin and Dehoyos will face charges in the other heists. It wasn't immediately clear if either man had an attorney who could comment on the charges.