Police say they have arrested a man in last week's brazen mid-day jewelry store heist in midtown, but are still looking for the two suspects who executed the robbery.
Rondu Frisby, 37, was taken into police custody Monday. He's charged with robbery, and two counts each of possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana, according to the NYPD.
It wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney.
Frisby was arrested after being questioned by police earlier in the day. Police said Frisby was an associate of the store owner and was at the store the day of the robbery.
Police say they're still searching for the two suspects seen on video in the heist. One of them has been identified as 58-year-old Leon Fenner (picture above).
Police believe Fenner, seen in surveillance video wearing a long coat and hat, barged into the business on the eighth floor of a building on 47th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues, while another suspect acted as a lookout.
He demanded the employees open the safe and give him the contents. Police say there were four employees in the shop at the time and they were complying. Then a fifth worker walked in and the fake delivery worker whacked him in the head with his gun, causing a minor laceration, officials said. Both suspects then fled.
The Nov. 11 heist drew a swarm of SWAT teams to the busy midtown block as the Veterans Day Parade marched several blocks away.