West Covina police arrested the last two suspects in the takeover robbery of a cell phone store where cash, iPhones, iPads and tablets estimated at $50,000 were taken.
Detectives have recovered the stolen items and the money, according to Sgt. Dennis Patton.
He said Mr Johara Richardson, 23, was arrested without incident Wednesday at his Corona home.
Investigators then tracked down their final quarry, 28-year-old Jarrod Williams of Corona, to Victorville on Friday. Patton said Williams was staying with relatives.
He said Williams and Richardson were out on bond on an unrelated takeover robbery of a Verizon store in Riverside when West Covina police arrested them for the West Covina robbery.
Three suspects, Jonathan Wilson, 29, of Long Beach, James Wilson, 29, of Long Beach and Alphonso Williams, 28, of Compton, were already in custody.
They were arrested shortly after the Tuesday heist at the AT&T Wireless in the 100 block of South California.
Police said a group of robbers entered the store and ordered the employees and a cleaning crew into a rear storage area. They demanded money from the victims. They fled with cash, iPhones and iPads.
Officers saw the getaway car on the eastbound 10 Freeway at Grand Avenue. It got off the freeway and ended up in the parking lot of Cal Poly Pomona. One stayed inside the car while the others ran.