MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – The Florida Department of Law Enforcement and Attorney General Pam Bondi arrested eight South Florida residents for their part in a high-end burglary ring.

FDLE said the arrests were the culmination of a two year investigation of burglars who targeted jewelry stores and pawn shops by cutting holes in the roof, disabling alarms and surveillance system and using torches to get into safes.

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Law enforcement believes the group stole roughly $6 million in jewelry.

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Those arrested included: Miami residents Jose Betancourt, 43, and Tony Sanchez, 26; Miami Gardens residents Yenier Cardentey, 31, and Maykel Roque, 27; Yaubri Suarez, 30, of Hialeah; Juan Collado-Miranda, 44, of Coral Gables; Juan Manresa-Leyva, 41, of Hollywood; and Abelardo Pena-Cardentey of Fort Lauderdale.

All face charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit racketeering.

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In addition, FDLE reported it has an open warrant for Osvaldo Cruz, 40, of Hialeah Gardens for the same crimes. If you have information about Cruz’s whereabouts, contact your local police department.